2 edition of psychology of character found in the catalog.
psychology of character
A. A. Roback
|Statement||by Dr. A. A. Roback.|
|Series||International library of psychology, philosophy, and scientific method|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 605 p.|
|Number of Pages||605|
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The Psychology of Character book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Rudolf Allers. The Psychology of Character and Virtue.
As experts in philosophy, ethics, psychology, political theory, and religion, the contributors to this text enact a critical dialogue on the nature, function, and development of the human person, while paying particular attention to the possibility of instilling stable dispositions of moral character/5.
Character Psychology and Character Education distinguishes itself by bringing moral philosophers, who believe that ethical reflection about virtue and character must be tied to defensible notions of personality and selfhood, into dialogue with academic psychologists, who believe that the developmental study of the moral self requires adequate grounding in various psychological 5/5(2).
This is explored in the three parts of the book: first, an exploration of the process of Christian formation that includes a detailed analysis of the character of Jesus of Nazareth; secondly some focused psychology aimed at supporting an informed self-awareness in the reader; finally â€" and the most lengthy section â€" a series of chapters devoted to using psychological 5/5(5).
The book gives permission to feel all sorts of emotions in response to adversity and amplifies the nobility of both adversity and emotions triggered by them. It gives clear guidelines on how to avoid generating harmful actions through these emotions getting out of hand.
A very practical and useful by: This book answers these questions and more, and in doing so, turns the prevailing wisdom about who we are upside down. Our character, argue psychologists DeSteno and Valdesolo, isn’t a stable set of traits, but rather a shifting state that is subject to the constant push and pull of hidden mechanisms in our by: 6.