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By John McManamy

Seven years in the past, John McManamy was once clinically determined with bipolar ailment. via his profitable website and publication, he has grew to become his struggles right into a lifelong commitment to aiding others combating melancholy and bipolar affliction reclaim their lives. In Living good with melancholy and Bipolar Disorder, he brilliantly blends the data of top professional experts with the stories of his fellow sufferers, in addition to his personal, and provides large info on:
* Diagnosing the problem
* linked health problems and symptoms
* remedies, way of life, and coping
* the consequences of melancholy and bipolar sickness on relationships and sex

With a compassionate and eloquent voice, McManamy describes his trust that melancholy is a large spectrum that reaches from occasional bouts of melancholy to full-fledged bipolar sickness. the 1st e-book to aid sufferers realize this variety of the illness, Living good with melancholy and Bipolar Disorder can assist victims start to reclaim their lives.

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4 Entwicklungspsychologen erforschen, wie sich unsere Fähigkeiten im Lauf unseres Lebens verändern. 4 Kognitionspsychologen machen Experimente, um festzustellen, wie wir wahrnehmen, denken und Probleme lösen. 4 Differentielle Psychologen untersuchen unsere überdauernden Persönlichkeitsmerkmale. 4 Sozialpsychologen erforschen, wie wir einander wahrnehmen und beeinflussen. Angewandte Forschung (applied research): wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zur Lösung konkreter Probleme. Diese Psychologen können auch angewandte Forschung betreiben, die sich praktischen Problemen zuwendet.

Kritisches Denken (critical thinking): Art zu denken, die Argumente und Schlussfolgerungen nicht einfach blindlings akzeptiert. Stattdessen werden Vorannahmen einer Prüfung unterzogen, Wertvolles wird von Wertlosem unterschieden, Beweise werden auf ihre Richtigkeit hin überprüft und daraus resultierende Schlussfolgerungen erfasst. « Robert M. Pirsig, Zen und die Kunst ein Motorrad zu warten, 1978, S. 109 1 24 Kapitel 1 · Kritisch denken mit wissenschaftlicher Psychologie 4 nicht alle Erfahrungen, die wir im Lauf unseres Lebens gemacht haben, als Worte im Gehirn gespeichert sind.

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