5 Best psychology books to know about people

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The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat: And Other Clinical Tales

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In this book, the neurologist Oliver sacks shared some of the stories of their patients, one of them being, The man who mistook his wife for a hat.

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The Social Animal By Elliot Aronson and Joshua Aronson

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This is a book on social psychology. The book covers modern psychology and covers the important aspect of human behavior.

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The Laws of Human Nature By Robert Greene

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Robert Greene uses lots of examples from different texts to better understand the people around them. You have to learn how to read people unless people will fool you.

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do By Amy Morin

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The author of the book tries to tell you 13 things you don’t do to become more strong mentally in your life. Mind health is a bad disease in today’s generation you have to learn to fix that.

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Man and His Symbols By Carl Jung

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The man and his symbols, is the last work done by psychologist Carl G. Jung and first published in 1964 after his death in 1961.

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