This book gathers research findings from specialists in perceptual organisation, memory, attention, music psychology, neurospychology, and developmental psychology from Europe and North America. It will be useful to advanced students in the cognitive sciences and scientists specializing in many fields as well as in auditory psychology.
Provides an introduction to major philosophical concepts, issues and debates raised by the social sciences. This book examines key conceptual and methodological questions and illustrates how they shape the practice of research, the interpretation of findings and theory formulation in such disciplines as economics, political science and psychology.
Why do we take risks? How does our environment influence us with regards to risks? How do biological and psychological mechanisms interact? How can theoretical works on risk-taking generate effective educational and prevention campaigns? Providing a synthesis of knowledge of risk in social and human sciences, this book answers these questions.
How can a home help to manage and reduce the spiraling stress levels in our life? This guide aims to refocus our attention on the physiological and psychological interactions that occur between ourselves and the living environment we call home. It is divided into three sections The Physical Home, The Emotional Home, and The Spiritual Home.