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Thinking about Feeling

Author : Robert C. Solomon
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The author brings together what he regards as some of the best Anglo-American philosophers now writing on the philosophy of emotion. He has solicited chapters from those philosophers who have already distinguished themselves and have interdisciplinary interests, particularly in the social sciences.

Thinking Feeling Doing

Author : Edward Wheeler Scripture
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Thinking and Feeling from a New Perspective

Author : Radomir M. Jovanovich
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Author describes his concept of pojam, which is a pattern or blueprint that can explain how the processes of thinking and feeling are formed and how they express themselves.

Thinking with Feeling

Author : Douglas P. Newton
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Are emotions good or bad for thinking and learning? Have you ever wondered why a good lesson of one year falls flat in another? Why do students behave the way they do? Teachers are expected to foster productive thought yet the neglect of emotion in the classroom, in favour of intellect, means teaching and learning is often not as effective as it might be. Thinking with Feeling explores what we mean by productive thought, its interrelationship with mood and emotions, how teachers can manage that interaction to improve teaching and learning, and what teacher trainers could do about it. Synthesising the most important international research in the field, it offers a framework for productive, purposeful thought - deduction, understanding, creative thinking, wise thinking, and critical thinking - and explains how mood and emotion can support and also impede learning. It considers the effect of the interplay of emotion and intellect on classroom behaviour, on students’ public performance and performance in tests, and how emotional labour can affect the teacher. Illustrated with examples from practice, this challenging, thoughtful study offers education professionals a basis for understanding the interaction of emotions and cognition and making it a successful partnership in order to improve teaching and learning.

Brain Twisters

Author : Clive Gifford
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Trick your senses and baffle your brain with this crazy book of mind tricks and neuroscience information. Find out how magicians make use of inattentional blindness when doing magic tricks, and why you miss details that are hidden in plain sight. Discover why your memory isnt as good as you think, and how its possible to remember things that never actually happened. This astonishing science book presents a wide range of brain games and mind tricks, and explains how these reveal the working processes of the brain. It will engage and entertain, and leave you wondering: do you really know your own mind?

Thinking Through Feeling

Author : Anastasia Philippa Scrutton
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Contemporary debates on God's emotionality are divided between two extremes. Impassibilists deny God's emotionality on the basis of God's omniscience, omnipotence and incorporeality. Passibilists seem to break with tradition by affirming divine emotionality, often focusing on the idea that God suffers with us. Contemporary philosophy of emotion reflects this divide. Some philosophers argue that emotions are voluntary and intelligent mental events, making them potentially compatible with omniscience and omnipotence. Others claim that emotions are involuntary and basically physiological, rendering them inconsistent with traditional divine attributes. Thinking Through Feeling: God, Emotion and Passibility creates a three-way conversation between the debate in theology, contemporary philosophy of emotion, and pre-modern (particularly Augustinian and Thomist) conceptions of human affective experience. It also provides an exploration of the intelligence and value of the emotions of compassion, anger and jealousy.

Thinking Thoughts and Feeling Feelings

Author : Ryan Hendrix
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Meet Evan, Ellie, Molly, and Jesse as they learn about thoughts and feelings in storybook 1 of the We Thinkers! Vol. 1 social emotional learning curriculum for ages 4-7. As they play in their classroom, they learn where thoughts and feelings come from, how their thoughts, feelings, and bodies are connected to each other, and how their bodies show their feelings. As they become aware of their own thoughts and feelings, they see their classmates have them too, and discover they can share the same thought to play together! These pivotal social concepts set the stage for learning the fundamental concepts taught in storybooks 2-10 and align with the corresponding teaching units within the related curriculum. Best practice: teach these concepts in order, starting with storybook 1 of 10 while using the corresponding curriculum.

How to Transform Thinking Feeling and Willing

Author : Jörgen Smit
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Meditation creates calmness and composure. This book offers a meditative path leading to deepening insight and self-awareness. Here are exercises for strengthening the soul powers of thinking, feeling and willing.

Thinking Feeling Behaving

Author : Ann Vernon
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For grades 7-12. An essential resource for helping students learn to overcome irrational beliefs, negative feelings, and the negative consequences that may result. This revision is packed with 105 creative and easy-to-do activities. The activities include games, stories, role plays, writing, drawing, and brainstorming. Each activity is identified by grade level and categorized into one of five important topic areas: Self-Acceptance; Feelings; Beliefs and Behavior; Problem Solving and Decision Making; and Interpersonal Relationships. Thinking, Feeling, Behaving is an emotional education curriculum based on the principles of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. It can be used in classroom or small group settings. An accompanying CD of all the reproducible forms and student handouts is included with the book.

Cosmopolitics

Author : Pheng Cheah
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Eminent contributors look at the present and future of cosmopolitanism and its relationship to nationalism. Nationalism and the nation-state have recently come under siege, their political dominance gradually eroding under the strain of such forces as ethnic strife, religious fundamentalism, homogenizing global capitalism, and the unprecedented movements of people and populations across cultures, countries, even cyberspace. A resurgent cosmopolitanism has emerged as a viable and alternative political project. In Cosmopolitics, a renowned group of scholars and political theorists offers the first sustained examination of that project, its inclusive and often universalist claims, and its tangled and sometimes volatile relationship to nationalism. Understood generally as a fundamental commitment to the interests of humanity, traditional cosmopolitanism has been criticized as a privileged position, an aloof detachment from the obligations and affiliations that constrain nation-bound lives and move people to political action. Yet, as these essays make clear, contemporary cosmopolitanism arises not from a disengagement, but rather from well-defined cultural, historical, and political contexts. The contributors explore a feasible cosmopolitanism now beginning to emerge, and consider the question of whether it can or will displace nationalism, which needs to be rethought rather than dismissed as obsolete. Intellectually provocative and erudite, this interdisciplinary volume presents a diverse array of critical perspectives, assessing both the ideal enterprise and the current realities of the rapidly developing cosmopolitical movement.

Healthy Thinking feeling doing from the Inside Out

Author : Jack Pransky
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How to Release Fear Based Thinking and Feeling

Author : Joshua David Stone
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One of the most profound and in-depth books ever written on how to release fear-based thinking and feeling and change it to love-based thinking and feeling. A revolutionary cutting-edge master thesis on the subject of Spiritual Psychology and how to realize it. The reader will never be the same after reading this book. Each chapter will transform and shift your consciousness like an attitudinal and emotional "chiropractic adjustment." By the time you are finished with this book you will see life with totally new eyes! Absolutely electrifying reading! One of the most profound books ever written in the field of Spiritual Psychology and Psychology! Totally cutting-edge!

How to Release Fear Based Thinking and Feeling

Author : Joshua Stone
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This book is one of the most comprehensive and in-depth studies of Spiritual Psychology ever written; in an easy to understand and practical format! In truth, there is no subect in the world that is more important than Spiritual Psychology. It is the key to finding happiness, inner peace, being right with self, right with God and right with all relationshiops in your life! This book is one of the most profound, cutting-edge books ever written on this subject! Guaranteed to completely transform your consciousness and your life! It will teach you how to cause and choose all your feelings and emotions instead of being victimized by them, and how to create your own reality through the power of your mind through learning the science of attitudinal healing! Spiritually electrifying reading!

Thinking Feeling and Being

Author : Ignacio Matte-Blanco
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Ignacio Matte-Blanco has made one of the most original contributions to psychoanalysis since Freud. In this book, which includes an introductory chapter to his work by Eric Rayner and David Tuckett, he develops his conceptualization of the Freudian unconscious in terms of logic and mathematics, giving many clinical examples.

Classroom Ideas for Encouraging Thinking and Feeling

Author : Frank Edwin Williams
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Psychology and Culture

Author : Lisa Vaughn
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The increasing globalization of society is causing shifts in social, linguistic, religious, and other cultural differences, which may increase the potential for misunderstandings in communication, the workplace, health care, and education. The new second edition of Psychology and Culture provides an up-to-date overview of the cultural dimensions of psychology and the application to everyday settings. Vaughn presents a description of how thinking and behaviour are influenced by sociocultural context. Areas of focus include the basis of culture; research in psychology and culture; identity; human development; intercultural interactions; and basic psychological processes. The text explores a broader definition of culture which includes social dimensions, such as gender, religion, and socioeconomic status, and provides practical models to improve intercultural relations, intercultural communication, and cultural competency in education, organizations, relationships, and health. Written in a reader-friendly style, the text covers a broad range of topics with numerous examples across cultures to make the content come to life. The book covers transdisciplinary content in psychology and culture that will be of interest not only to psychologists interested in cultural issues and to scholars in related disciplines, but also to a more general audience seeking information on questions of cultural humility, globalization, multiple identities, social ecological processes, immigration, acculturation, and related topics.

Reintegrative Shaming in Theory and Practice

Author : Guy Masters
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Thinking Feeling Experiencing

Author : Margaret S. Woods
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Critical Thinking

Author : Linda Elder
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Written by two of the leading experts in the field, this introductory text presents critical thinking as a process for taking charge of and responsibility for one’s thinking. Based in theory developed over the last 30 years, Richard Paul and Linda Elder's text focuses on an integrated, comprehensive concept of critical thinking that is both substantive and practical. It fosters the development of basic intellectual skills students need to think through content in any class, subject, or discipline, as well as through any problem or issue they face. Simply stated, this text offers students the intellectual tools students need for lifelong learning, and rational, conscientious living. Now available from Rowman & Littlefield, the third edition features streamlined chapters, Think for Yourself activities, and a complete glossary of critical thinking terms. The Foundation for Critical Thinking continually offers new supplementary resources on its website (www.CriticalThinking.org) and online critical thinking community.

Thinking Feeling and Creating with Photography

Author : Vivek Vellanki
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This arts-based photographic research project consists of three written chapters and two creative works. The dissertation develops a focus on aesthetics, stories, and communities through photographic inquiry, which expands conceptualizations of visual research methodologies by interweaving the indexical/imaginary, art/data, and fact/fiction. Building on the works of artists, arts-based researchers, and interdisciplinary scholarship on visual research, the written chapters engage epistemological and ontological understandings of photography in educational research, close readings of Mahtab Hussain's photography examining the transnational histories and lives of the South Asian diaspora, and a study of methodology as a lifestyle choice. One creative component is The Passport Photo Project, which forms the basis for one of the artistic products (exhibition), traces the history of passport photos and reshapes understanding of these bureaucratic objects through collaborative art-making with immigrants and refugees. The second creative component is a photobook, Notes from the City, which offers photo-textual vignettes about migration, home, and belonging. Taken together, this dissertation demonstrates the multifarious possibilities for photography as theory, method, and artistic practice, while also attuning to the ethical questions that are yet to be addressed by educational researchers as we see drastic shifts in the role of the visual in our everyday lives.