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Pooh and the Psychologists

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Winnie-the-Pooh is one of the most beloved bears of all time. Now readers will discover that he's also a brilliant psychologist In this witty book, Williams cleverly explores the psychological depths of the inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood. Piglet is compulsively shy, Eeyore is clinically depressed, and so on. In his unobtrusive way, Pooh is at the center of the puzzle ...more
Hardcover, 191 pages
Published April 1st 2001 by Dutton Juvenile (first published July 1st 2000)
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Michelle
Overall, it was very interesting to read how a none psychologist would pull psychological theory out of a popular children's story. In most cases, I felt that the examples were quite accurate. It provided a nice reminder of the history of some of psychology's theories. It is definitely not a "must read."
Hanna
Jos psykologia tuntuu tylsältä, tämän kirjan jälkeen se vasta erityisen puuduttavaa onkin ja suurin syy mahalaskusta tulee Williamsin tapa hehkuttaa Puhia aivan ylivertaiseksi. Kun samaa toistetaan kerran toisensa jälkeen loputtomasti se alkaa enemmänkin kuin puuduttaa.
Sophie
Fantastic! A marvellous read ^_^ Definitely one for the real bookshelf and a perfect present for those 'hard-to-buy-for' people (assuming they have good taste and grew up with 'the bear with very little brain')
Aleksandr Popov
Humorous and thought provoking reading. Makes one re-evaluate the essenve and status of Winni the Pooh and his friends in the eyes of the community.
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