- Taschenbuch: 448 Seiten
- Verlag: Penguin (7. August 2008)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1921215828
- ISBN-13: 978-0122622748
- ASIN: 014103887X
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,9 x 2,5 x 19,8 cm
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The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. August 2008
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Really remarkable ... haunting and memorable. (Northrop Frye) "Mind-bending, miracle-making, reality-busting stuff with implications for all human beings." -"The New York Times" "A remarkable and hopeful portrait of the endless adaptability of the human brain." -Oliver Sacks "The power of positive thinking finally gains scientific credibility." -"The New York Times" aMind-bending, miracle-making, reality-busting stuff with implications for all human beings.a a"The New York Times" aA remarkable and hopeful portrait of the endless adaptability of the human brain.a aOliver Sacks aThe power of positive thinking finally gains scientific credibility.a a"The New York Times" Mind-bending, miracle-making, reality-busting stuff with implications for all human beings. "The New York Times" A remarkable and hopeful portrait of the endless adaptability of the human brain. Oliver Sacks The power of positive thinking finally gains scientific credibility. "The New York Times"
Meet the ninety year old doctor, who, with the aid of a few simple exercises, is still practising medicine. His is just one of the incredible stories brain expert Norman Doidge tells as he reveals our brain's remarkable ability to repair itself through the power of positive thought. In "The Brain That Changes Itself", Doidge introduces us to the fascinating stories at the cutting edge of the brain science and the emerging discipline of 'neuroplasticity'. We meet the stroke victim who unable to feed or dress himself learned to move and talk again, the woman with a rare brain condition that left her feeling as though she was perpetually falling but who through a series of exercises rewired her brain to overcome this and the maverick scientists over turning centuries of assumptions about the brain and it's capacity for renewal.Doidge shows how their incredible work is helping the blind to see, the deaf to hear and causing Nobel laureates to rethink our model of the brain. This remarkable book will leave you with a sense of wonder at the capabilities of the human brain and the power to change which lies within all of us.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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If you haven't been following brain science, you may wonder what all the fuss is about. Recent experiments have overturned a long-held tenant of brain science: That specific mental and bodily functions can only be directed from one location in the brain. Destroy that section and physicians have told you that you were out of luck. This conclusion doomed many who had suffered strokes and other brain injuries to having no hope of improvement.
The good news, as described in this easy-to-understand popular treatment, is that the brain can actually relocate functions to new areas if the primary site is destroyed. As a result, stroke victims can gain control over movements by therapy designed to disable their abler body areas . . . forcing the brain to establish new circuits to control the areas with little or no control; the blind can learn to "see" using sensor inputs from other areas of their bodies; those without balance can relearn balance through using other feedback mechanisms; and those with "phantom" pain tied to missing limbs can trigger elimination of that sensation. The only continuing limitation seems to be that some areas of the brain are only open to maximum flexibility during short periods of life. But promising research suggests that biochemical tools may be able to reopen those pathways to progress.
Chances are that your physician won't know about all of these advanced therapies. If you or someone you know has neurological disorders, you should read this book to see where to send them for help.
Be sure to check out the sections on how psychoanalysis can be used to rewire the brain to change sensations, reactions, and behavior, and the appendices on cultural impacts on the brain and the potential for perfectibility.
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