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Games People Play-The Psychology of Human Relationships
Games People Play-The Psychology of Human Relationships
Author: Eric Berne, M.D.
The book describes function and dysfunctional social interactions and discusses negative behaviors, mind games and the parties involved.
ISBN: 128954
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 192
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Publisher: Grove Press, Inc.
Book Type: Hardcover
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This is a book of social transactional analysis written for the lay person by a psychiatrist specializing in the field. It is chock full of "meat" and very little "fluff". I have Asperger's and this book was invaluable in helping me to understand the logic behind human social interactions and beliefs. Much of what people do in social situations doesn't make a lot of sense and this book analyzes and breaks down many social behaviors, both positive and negative, offers suggestions for correct participation and/or how to counter negative patterns. A very useful book!


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