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My Age of Anxiety

My Age of Anxiety

by Scott Stossel
416 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Influential Mind
by Tali Sharot
256 Pages · 2018 · 2.27 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Influential Mind is the self-help, cognitive psychology and neuropsychology book which shares proven methods and techniques to change our mind for the better. Tali Sharot is the author of this impressive book. This book takes the reader on the thrilling exploration of influence in our lives. We all influence others and we all have the duty to affect others. We interact with others in classrooms, playgrounds, social media, offices, and business meeting but did we get enough from the people. All of us wanted to get the best from each other but we lack. Tali Sharot tells the reader how to get the maximum from every situation and every person whom we interact in our life. The author shares the few techniques to influence others which helps them to achieve their daily objectives. Influence is a game changer, no matter who you are, what are your goals and where you work? If you gain more influence on the team as it helps you to become effective in your organization.
by Henning Beck
352 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Scatterbrain: How the Mind’s Mistakes Make Humans Creative, Innovative, and Successful” is a neuropsychology book. The author of this book is Henning Beck. Henning received his Ph.D. in neuroscience from the Graduate School of Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience. He holds an international diploma in Project Management from the University of California Berkeley. He delivered a frequent lecture, workshop, and consultant on topics of creativity and neuroscience. In this book, Henning Beck describes mistakes and flaws are the keys to success. Such as when we forgot our favorite song name and someone told us that embarrassing brain farts are secrets weapons. After reading this book, you will learn that boredom awakens the muse, distractions spark creativity and misjudging time generates valuable memories in our faulty minds. Furthermore, Scatterbrain is an engaging user’s guide book to the brain and masterfully transforming discoveries from neuroscience into practical personal insights. He also reveals how to appreciate our imperfect brains. Scatterbrain is written so beautifully that it engages all the reader from beginning to end of the page. To sum it up, Scatterbrain is a Neuropsychology book that reveals mistakes and flaws are the keys to success.
A Really Good Day PDF
by Ayelet Waldman
256 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
“A Really Good Day” is a popular book that is now available for download in PDF and ePub format. Ayelet Waldman is the author of this impressive book. you may also like Drop the Rock by Bill P. ePub Download “The true story of how a renowned writer’s struggle with mood storms led her to try a remedy as drastic as it is forbidden: microdoses of LSD. Her revealing, fascinating journey provides a window into one family and the complex world of a once-infamous drug seen through new eyes. When a small vial arrives in her mailbox from “Lewis Carroll,” Ayelet Waldman is at a low point. Her moods have become intolerably severe; she has tried nearly every medication possible; her husband and children are suffering with her. So she opens the vial, places two drops on her tongue, and joins the ranks of an underground but increasingly vocal group of scientists and civilians successfully using therapeutic microdoses of LSD. As Waldman charts her experience over the course of a month–bursts of productivity, sleepless nights, a newfound sense of equanimity–she also explores the history and mythology of LSD, the cutting-edge research into the drug, and the byzantine policies that control it. Drawing on her experience as a federal public defender, and as the mother of teenagers, and her research into the therapeutic value of psychedelics, Waldman has produced a book that is eye-opening, often hilarious, and utterly enthralling.”
Tales from Both Sides of the Brain
by Michael S. Gazzaniga
448 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Both Sides of the Brain: A Life in Neuroscience” is a wonderful book that describes an interesting memoir and tour through the history of split-brain studies. Michael S. Gazzaniga is the author of this best-selling book. There are different science books by the author and all of them are worth to read. He is the director of the SAGE Center for the study of the mind at the University of California. Tales from Both Sides of the Brain is an autobiography of Michael that explores the properties of the two hemispheres of the brain. He starts working in graduate school where he works on the split-brain subject. This subject had the left and right hemispheres severed from one another due to surgery in patients with extreme epilepsy.
Manufacturing Depression
by Gary Greenberg
464 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease” is a must-read for anyone wrestling with the pros and cons of psychiatric treatment. Gary Greenberg is the author of this book. Psychotherapist Gary Greenberg takes the reader through the history of treating mental issues over thousands of years and then hones in on what lead to the modern treatment for depression in particular. Greenburg gives his opinions about depression as he covers the history of manufacturing it. He covers the various cures that have been tried to cure depression such as taking illegal drugs such as ecstasy and using electroshock therapy. He seems to prefer talk therapy over taking prescription drugs because he does not believe in the scientific materialism that claims that depression is merely due to a chemical imbalance in the brain. He also thinks that depression is overdiagnosed and doctors often do not diagnose mental illness correctly given the subjective nature of the symptoms and diagnosis itself. He talks about how psychologists have struggled to turn their profession into a respectable medical science when their field may not be hard science. He also tells depression is just a set of symptoms and the symptoms indicate depression. In short, it is a very important book for those that want to understand the historical development of health and disease, drug companies, etc.