Principles of Practical Psychology: A Brief Review of Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience for Self-Inquiry and Self-Regulation
This is designed to provide the reader with a brief review of philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience for self-inquiry and self-regulation. This work ranges from Socrates to Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, the Medieval Ages of Europe, the Renaissance, Machiavelli, Locke, Rousseau, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Popper, and Whitehead.
This will also review the origin of the field of 20th century psychology, which includes Freud, Jung, Reich, Assagioli, Pavlov, Skinner, Rogers, Maslow, Gardner, Piaget, Wilber, and others.
The practical applications will include a review of neuroscience and the modern technologies used for mapping and adjusting activity within the central nervous system. Both endogenous and exogenous methods for self-inquiry and self-regulation will be reviewed in order to shape thought, physiology, attention, and behavior.
This book is designed for readers who are interested in an introduction to the field of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and the practical applications of these fields of inquiry.
Author: Erik A. Lenderman