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Publisher's Summary

Psychology is the fascinating study of the human mind's inner workings. Understanding psychology lets you understand people. You can use an understanding of people to make human interaction and life in general easier.

But there is a dark side to psychology. A side that people do not speak about in polite society. A side that is explicitly forbidden by ethical committees and such supervising agencies as the UN and the Geneva Convention. This is forbidden psychology.

Forbidden psychology includes manipulation, mind control, brainwashing, emotional and mental abuse, deception, torture, and seduction. It is the process of using your understanding of the human mind to get your way and cause harm.

Forbidden psychology is not always nice. But life is not always nice, either. An understanding of forbidden psychology enables you to take control of your life by controlling others who stand in your way. It also enables you to understand the harmful dark psychology that other people use on you, so that you can take measures to protect yourself.

No matter why you are interested in forbidden psychology, this book is your ultimate guide to forbidden psychology topics. This book is filled with the mesmerizing and forbidden world of mind control and manipulation. You will learn about everything from how to lie effectively to how to interrogate people for the truth, from subliminal advertising to torturing prisoners of war, from seducing someone to brainwashing. How you use this information is up to you. But certainly forbidden psychology is a fascinating subject that anyone can benefit from knowing.

Begin your journey into the dark side of psychology today.

©2016 Madison Taylor (P)2016 Madison Taylor

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DO NOT PURCHASE THIS AUDIO BOOK

It's repetitive and silly! I found myself laughing out loud and wondering to myself why I'm even listening to the simplistic & nonsensical information being shared. I wasted my time, please spare yourself the painful listen.

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Well organized; Poor material.

I didn't have much trouble getting through it, though the subject matter was really dark, low frequency, evil. The presentation was lucid but the material was somewhere between dated and common sense, making the best, so-to-speak, part the old torture methods. Not one I would recommend. It's just a manual from a perspective of insensitivity on how to be the kind of loser we can all spot a mile away and read like a book today.

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Common knowledge with little more and whistling s’s

Little more than what most people already know. It was an okay book. I like the readers voice and cadence but right about chapter 9 there is a lot of whistling S’s in his pronunciations. I.e. trusssssst, Ssssssure, ssssssound.

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HOW TO BE A 15 IN A RELATIONSHIP

What disappointed you about Forbidden Psychology 101?

Literally a how to guide for angsty teenage dating

What do you think your next listen will be?

Something by an actual scientist written at something higher than a 4th grade level

What didn’t you like about Jim D Johnston’s performance?

overly condescending

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

nope

Any additional comments?

Inaccurate, conspiracy theorist trash, centered around teaching people how to be emotionally destructive in relationships.

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useless

very basic

studying psychology this book offers nothing I am returning if I can find out how

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cliff notes not instructions

no meat and potatoes, just a hint of what's available. I would like to read more of a how to book than an overview.

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nope

there was not very much information in this book that is not commonly known it was actually a waste of time to listen to it I would not recommend it.

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Don’t waste your money

It’s all common sense. Basically if you have half a brain, you are already familiar with the content.

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weak. boring.

dont buy it it's not so great.
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Not worth it

It is a true introduction. If you are naive head in the sand type person this book would be an eye opener. For many people this will be this is the annoying first day review after summer vacation.

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