He explains the brain chemistry that underlies each style in order to give us a new model of the emotional brain, one that will even go so far as to affect the way we treat conditions like autism and depression. Now he gives us an entirely new model for understanding our emotions, as well as practical strategies we can use to change them.
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The authors also reveal the latest data from Davidson’s own lab that point to a new methodology for developing a broader array of mind-training methods with larger implications for how we can derive the greatest benefits from the practice. Unveiling here the kind of cutting-edge research that has made them giants in their fields, Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson show us the truth about what meditation can really do for us, as well as exactly how to get the most out of it.
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Sweeping away common misconceptions and neuromythology to open readers’ eyes to the ways data has been distorted to sell mind-training methods, the authors demonstrate that beyond the pleasant states mental exercises can produce, the real payoffs are the lasting personality traits that can result.
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Growth and change are at the heart of all successful psychotherapy. Siegel and Bonnie Goldstein. Contributions by Philip M.
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100 questions and answers about action research by Luke Duesbery and Todd Twyman identifies and answers the essential questions on the process of systematically approaching your practice from an inquiry-oriented perspective, with a focus on improving that practice.
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Weaving research, stories, images, and familiar examples, analysis, she provides the framework needed to develop white racial literacy. Speaking as a white person to other white people, DiAngelo clearly and compellingly takes readers through an analysis of white socialization. These factors contribute to what she terms white racial illiteracy.
In the second edition of this seminal text, robin diangelo reveals the factors that make this question so difficult: mis-education about what racism is; ideologies such as individualism and colorblindness; segregation; and the belief that to be complicit in racism is to be an immoral person. This revised edition features two new chapters, including one on DiAngelo’s influential concept of white fragility.
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The brain can adapt, rewire itself to overcome dyslexia, heal, renew itself after trauma, compensate for disabilities, and break cycles of depression and OCD. The other is that it is written by Sharon Begley, one of the best science writers around. And as scientists are learning from studies performed on Buddhist monks, in particular, so can the mind and, it is not only the outside world that can change the brain, focused attention through the classic Buddhist practice of mindfulness.
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