Sunday, May 8, 2016

The 15-Minute Psychologist by Anne Rooney

The 15-Minute Psychologist introduces the reader to universal aspects of psychology that affect our day-to-day lives and relationships and offers insight into many of life’s dilemmas. 

Written in a style that’s amusing and easy to understand, The 15-Minute Psychologist lets you in on the secrets of your own and other people’s minds and helps you get the most out of life.

To be honest I was expecting a different book based on the title. Something probably more oriented about troubles and anxiety. Instead I received a great and enjoyable read to discover through time and experiences how science has come up with nowadays therory about pschycology.

From the best way to raise a child by giving attention and letting him/her cry, from tests on animals to detect the behaviours, it was real pleasant to pass some time with this book.

Far from boring, I've learned cool stuffs about violence, video games, memories, how our brain see things or pschychopath. And it's written in a real fun and interesting ways with pasts examples, historical ones or drawings.

Unexpected and interesting!

About the author
Anne Rooney gained a degree and then a PhD in medieval literature from Trinity College, Cambridge. After a period of teaching medieval English and French literature at the universities of Cambridge and York, she left to pursue a career as a freelance writer. She has written many books for adults and children on a variety of subjects, including literature and history. She lives in Cambridge and is Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Essex.

*Arc provided by Netgalley
I received this book in exchange of a fair and honest review.

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