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Meg Jay, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and an Associate Professor of Human Development at University of Virginia who specializes in twentysomethings. She earned a doctorate in clinical psychology and in gender studies from the University of California, Berkeley. Her books have been translated mostrar mais into more than a dozen languages and her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, and on NPR and BBC. Her TED talk "Why 30 Is Not the New 20" is among the most watched of all time. mostrar menos

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Cracking the GRE Psychology Subject Test (1996)algumas edições31 exemplares
The Defining Decade, How to Talk to Anyone, Make it Happen (2022) — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar

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Great book. Structure really well, each chapter has a real story with real character whom Dr.Jay had helped. Being in my twenties, i think this book has clarified a lot of things for me in my life.
If you are in your twenties or early thirties, this book is a must read.
 
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kmaxat | 18 outras críticas | Aug 26, 2023 |
2.5 stars. some good tidbits here and there, but very obvious that the target audience are upper/upper-middle class, straight, neurotypical, white people that want a nuclear family. her research was done between 2011-12 which is already out of touch with the current state of the world, post-pandemic, gen-z, etc. and is highly apparent when reading the anecdotes.
 
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androgynoid | 18 outras críticas | Jul 11, 2023 |
Lots of cases. You can relate to some, and you can see how you or someone you know might end up going down one of these roads. Lots of helpful tips. I, for one, am gonna have a few things to think about.
 
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aashishrathi | 18 outras críticas | Jul 1, 2023 |
The book had lots of meaningful ideas about how a twenty something person can live there life now to set themselves up for the future.

Felt as though the author kept expanding upon obvious arguments. I was not able to relate to some of the content which made the book feel repetitive.
 
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svgl | 18 outras críticas | Aug 12, 2022 |

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3
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Membros
756
Popularidade
#33,639
Avaliação
3.8
Críticas
20
ISBN
32
Línguas
4

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