“life Map” as an Implicit Cognitive Structure Underlying Behavior

Author: Watts, Linda K.
Year:2011
Pages:192
ISBN:0-7734-1559-9
978-0-7734-1559-1
Price:159.95
An innovative examination of the “Life Map”, which conceives a new method for the practice of psychology.

Reviews

“A deep and valuable contribution to the understanding of our individual journey” – Prof. Corinne M. Harmon, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

“An innovative framework utilizing life history research.” – Glenda L. Carne, University of Colorado- Colorado Springs

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Life Maps Process: Overview of Research and Development of an Applied Methodology

Chapter 2 Hard Knocks or a Golden Spiral? Life Metaphors as Cultural Schemas

Chapter 3 Lives in Transition: Variation in Cultural Schemas of a Human Life Course

Chapter 4 Of Schemas and Themas in Life Path Maps: Toward an Archetypal Reading of Life‘s Ups and Downs (with Debra J. Breazzano)

Chapter 5 Mapping Archetype Themas: The Life History of an Ensemble Cast of Mythic Characters

Chapter 6 Life Mapping in the Public Domain: Applying Cognitive Anthropology