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Bernard guerin successfully shows us how to rethink psychology with a dynamic range of new metaphors steven c hayes department of psychology university of nevada reno usa in this indispensable book you will find provocative arguments and metaphors that will shake your beliefs about human actionbased on the authors forty years of experience in psychology philosophy and the social sciences how to rethink psychology argues that to understand people we need to know more about their contexts than the dominant modes of thinking and research presently allow drawing upon insights from sources as diverse as freud cbt quantum physics and zen philosophy the book offers several how to rethink psychology new metaphors for understanding people and their behavior exploring the environmental and social foundations of human behaviour kindle edition by bernard guerin author format kindle edition see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions amazon price new from request pdf | on nov 24 2016 bernard guerin published how to rethink psychology new metaphors for understanding people and their behavior | find read and cite all the research you need on reviews for how to rethink psychology new metaphors for understanding people and their behavior metaphors simplify what is complex that is why we use them in normal life and that is why scientists use them this book makes a powerful case for the ways in which the dominant metaphors in psychology today ensnare us and limit our possibilities

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