The ordering of the books in the list is totally arbitrary.

2010         The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us. D. Simmons & C. Chabris
                 Crown Publishing:New York  (A great discussion of 5 key illusions we have regarding cognition)

2003         Neuroscience for the Mental Health Clinician.  Steven Pliszka
                 New York:Guillford Press (An excellent survey of relevant neuroscience.)

2002         Synaptic Self.  Joseph LeDoux
                  NewYork:Viking  (Excellent overview of brain & Self)                

2002         The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy.  Louis Cozolino
                 New York:WWNorton
                 (An interesting read on the biological foundations of treatment.)

2002          Consciousness in Four Dimensions.  Richard Pico.
                  New York:McGraw Hill   (combines Einstein’s theory of relativity
                  with the neuroscience of consciousness... an interesting read.)

2001         Overcoming Resistance in Cognitive Therapy.  Robert Leahy
                  New York:Guilford.  (Excellent text, very readable...a must read)

2001         The Executive Brain.  Elkhonon Goldberg
                 Oxford:University Press (A very readable book on frontal lobes). 

2001         A Mind So Rare.  Merlin Donald
                 New York:W.W. Norton & Company
                 (The Mind as a blend of brain and culture.)

2000        Global Brain.  Howard Bloom
                New York:Wiley & Sons (Interesting read on the 5 forces of
                change throughout time. Heavy into history, but good material)

2000        The Private Life of the Brain.  Susan Greenfield.
                New York:Wiley & Sons (Good read on emotions and self)

2000        Lingua ex Machina: Reconciling Darwin and Chomsky with the
                Human Brain.  Calvin & Bickerton  Cambridge:MIT Press
                (Once you get past the authors’ egos, its an interesting read)

2000        Principles of Neural Science (4th ed.) Kandel, Schwartz, & Jessell
                New York:McGraw-Hill  (Hefty in content & price - hard science)

2000        Neurodynamics of Personality.  Jim Grigsby & David Stevens
                New York:Guilford  (Interesting approach to modular brain)

2000        The Owners Manual for The Brain (2nd Ed). P.J. Howard
                  Austin:Bard Press  (a bit “fluffy”, but some good stuff)

1999        Cognitive Therapy in Practice.  Jacqueline Persons
                 New York:W.W.Norton  (Great step-by-step “how to” book)

1999       Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Steven C. Hayes,
                  New York:Guilford Press. (Interesting application of cog.)

1996       The Cerebral Code.  William H. Calvin
                Cambridge:MIT Press (Unique theory of spatiotemporal codes)

1995      Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond. Judith Beck.
                 New York:Guilford Press. (Best cog. handbook on the market)

1997     The Symbolic Species.  Terrence W. Deacon
                 New York: W.W. Norton & Co.(A bit sexist but EXCELLENT)

2000      The Brain: A Neuroscience Primer (3rd Ed.) Richard Thompson
               New York: Freeman (Heavy on “hard science”, but great resource)

1993     Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse. A. Beck, F. Wright,
                C. Newman, & B. Liese. New York:Guilford Press.

1986     Handbook of Cognitive Therapy Techniques. Rian McMullin.
                New York:Norton & Co. (Nice compendium)

1996     The Emotional Brain. Joseph LeDoux
                New York:Simon & Schuster  (Good reading on “Limbic Brain”)

1995     Brief Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. Windy Dryden.
                New York:Wiley & Sons. (Tightly written - good material)

1991     Consciousness Explained. Daniel Dennett.
                Boston:Little, Brown & Co.  (Heavy philsophy, but good reading)

1997     How the Mind Works. Steven Pinker
                New York:W.W. Norton & Co. (Easy reading, generally good work)

1975     Belief, Attitude, Intention, and Behavior. Martin Fishbein & Icek Ajzen
                Reading:Addison-Wesley.  (An old “classic”)

1988     The Prepare Curriculum:Teaching Prosocial Competencies.
                Arnold Goldstein. Champaign:Research Press. (First “cog” curriculum)

1994     de Bono's Thinking Course (revised edition). Edward de Bono.
                 New York:Facts on File.  (A staple in changing thinking)

1970     Lateral Thinking. Edward de Bono.
                New York:Harper.  (More of the same from deBono - good )

1979     Social Interaction and Consciousness. P.D. Ashworth.
                  New York:Wiley & Sons. (Another “oldie but goodie”)

1964     Signs. Maurice Merleau-Ponty
                 Northwestern University Press. (Great stuff, a bit “heady”)

1967     The Phenomenology of the Social World. Alfred Schutz
                  Northwestern University Press. (More great stuff - philsophical)

1982     Husserl: Intentionality and Cognitive Science. Hubert Dreyfus (ed).
                 Cambridge:MIT Press. (A classic - philsophical)

1997     Group Communication. Peter Hartley.
                New York:Routledge. (Nice application and template)

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