Strangers to Ourselves by Prof. Timothy D. Wilson
Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious

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Know thyself, a precept as old as Socrates, is still good advice. But is introspection the best path to self-knowledge? Wilson makes the case for better ways of discovering our unconscious selves. If you want to know who you are or what you feel or what you're like, Wilson advises, pay attention to what you actually do and what other people think about you. Showing us an unconscious more powerful than Freud's, and even more pervasive in our daily life, Strangers to Ourselves marks a revolution in how we know ourselves.

About Prof. Timothy D. Wilson

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Timothy D. Wilson is Sherrell J. Aston Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia.
Published June 30, 2009 by Harvard University Press. 262 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Freud introduced the West to the unconscious, but the last half-century of psychology has reinvented it, argues University of Virginia psychology professor Timothy D.

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