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Three eminent psychiatrists draw upon the latest research of the human nervous system in this account of the complexities of love and its essential ...Show synopsisThree eminent psychiatrists draw upon the latest research of the human nervous system in this account of the complexities of love and its essential role in human well-being, explaining how relationships function, how parents shape their child's developing self, and how society flouts essential emotional laws. Illustrations.Hide synopsis
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Lewis, Amini and Lannon have presented a cogent, and compelling exposition of the neural structures underlying the unconscious determinants of human motivation and choice. Their depiction of the vital, organizing, physiological role of attachment and its relationship to the lifelong functioning of ...
This is one of the most interesting books I've ever read, and I've already given it to a number of friends. Yet I don't buy into its conclusions entirely, and as I just texted a friend, I think the authors underestimate the neocortex, at least in some cases, and my thinking at the moment is a sort ...
I've read many good books that were not important. I've read many important books that were not good reads. "A General Theory of Love" is the one of those rare books that is good and important, a tome that I'd consider spinach candy, if there were such a thing.
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