How We Change Volume 1 - Theories of Change

How We Change Volume 1 provides a comprehensive overview of the major theories of psychological change. It discusses the childhood formation of identity, explores the range of experiences in adult development that have the potential to bring about significant changes in an individual’s life, and presents a variety of therapeutic models that attempt to explain the process of psychological change.

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Words: 49,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301609321
About Richard L. Gilbert

Richard L. Gilbert is Professor of Psychology at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California and the Director of The P.R.O.S.E. (Psychological Research on Synthetic Environments) Project (www.proseproject.info), a lab that is conducting a systematic program of behavioral research on the psychology of 3D virtual environments. He also serves as the Co-Chair of The Psychology of Immersive Environments (PIE) Technology Working Group within the Immersive Education Initiative. In addition to his work in psychology, he has a background in the creative arts as a Grammy Award winning songwriter and a published novelist.

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