• Brain Science: 3 in 1 Combo!

  • Accelerated Learning, Psychology, Neurology, and Neuroscience
  • By: Sally Stephens
  • Narrated by: Clare Radix
  • Length: 12 hrs and 48 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (103 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This title consists of 3 separate titles, namely:

Title 1 - Synesthesia, a neurological condition that makes you combine senses, for example, you might hear clinking spoons and it makes you see golden stars. Learn what causes this condition, how to notice signs, as well as how to verify whether you have it or not. This condition doesn’t sound so bad, sounds like a beautiful way to view the world, but it isn’t always sunshine and rainbows. There are a number of disadvantages that come with it. Synesthesia has many different classifications, and you can have more that one. This audiobook will increase your knowledge of this fascinating condition while also teaching you how to help kids who have it.

This guide will also teach you about hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy has a long history permeated with various myths and realities. This will teach you how to tell them apart. Learn what actually happens during hypnosis. Typical conditions treated are bad habits, including smoking, stress, anxiety, depression, weight gain, low self-esteem, and getting rid of phobias.

Neurology, practitioners of this science are neurologists, doctors who treat diseases of the nervous system. There are many different professions when it comes to neurology. Learn what they are, and learn about conditions that force you to see one.

Title 2 - The Placebo Effect, what is it and does it truly work? What are its health advantages, its medical benefits? What about weight loss and wrinkle creams? Is it your brain, or the supplement working? Is this a victory of your brain, or is this a win for medicine? Does the Placebo Effect associate itself with hypnosis? How does it fit in with subconscious thinking?

This audiobook will teach you what Multiple Sclerosis is and how to comprehend its various subtypes and treatments. You will listen about the various signs of Multiple Sclerosis, its probable causes, and the requirements in order for you to be identified with Multiple Sclerosis. Learn what spasticity is and what triggers it. Listen about tips on how to stop regressions and cope with Multiple Sclerosis.

Learn about various memory strategies for different situations, whether it is for a subject you don’t like, college and professional success, strategies for kids , long-lasting, photographic memory, and even the famous Loci’s Approach.

Listen about how to build your own persistence, while increasing focus and gaining self-discipline. Learn about anger management. Shed light on what to expect in the Marine Corp training if you decide to go into the armed forces.

Title 3 - NLP training, Narcolepsy, Acupuncture, and Alzheimer’s. These four words represent two diseases and two cures. For most people, they have a either a non-existent, limited, or warped understanding of these terms, this audiobook aims to change that, by covering topics like:

  • What is Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)?
  • What does it do and how does it do it?
  • The science behind NLP.
  • The benefits and advantages that come from using NLP.
  • NLP techniques.
  • NLP’s interactions with weight-loss, hypnosis, and parenting.
  • The history of narcolepsy and some of the truths about narcolepsy
  • Learn about one of the most typical signs of narcolepsy and what the medical diagnosis requirements are.
  • The history of acupuncture and the myths that surround it
  • The different kinds of acupuncture and how medical acupuncture differs from classical acupuncture.
  • The points chart
  • The three stages of treatment when it comes to acupuncture.
  • What causes Alzheimer’s?
  • The phases and patterns of Alzheimer’s.
  • The earliest signs of Alzheimer’s.
  • What does it do to the brain.
  • Tips and treatments.

The information in this audiobook is valuable, possibly vital for some, so start learning now how to improve your health and help those people in your life that are suffering from Alzheimer’s and narcolepsy.

©2019 Sally Stephens (P)2019 Sally Stephens

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I'm glad I found this

The day I saw it, I got it, and yes, it was everything that I expected. The description is very accurate, so I recommend you to read it before you decide on getting it, because that's exactly what it will be about. However, going in depth in all these topics is what was really worth it.

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Perfect

This book is super long, but it's not an amateuristic book. It's high quality and consists of some very interesting topics. That's all I have to say about that. (And yes, I almost quoted Forest Gump there). This is better than the single books. This is the best deal. This is a lot of content for your credit, so if you don't have to pay full price, just take a look at this.

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This was worth it

This was worth my credit. Look at the length. Yeah, it's a longer book. So there is one reason. Another reason: Great narrator. Clare is a professional. Last reason: There is some really interesting stuff in here, things you can learn from, and that will give you more insights in how you are thinking and why, as well as others.

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Diverse topics

What I liked about this book:

The topics varied so much, from synesthesia to Alzheimer's to the placebo effect. Hypnotherapy surprised me, since I hardly knew anything about it. Read the description of the book and you'll know the subtopics it will go over. I was intrigued, and the length is a good deal for your credit. I also thought the narrator sounded professional and nice to listen to. All in all, I was impressed.

What I didn't like: Some of the topics were less interesting to me. I skipped over a few paragraphs because it wasn't something I would ever want to know more about, but then it was made up for by the topics that are more relevant in my life.

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Please Edit

I would suggest that you don't waste your time or money on this title. This book has obviously not been properly edited before being published. The reader does the best they can with what they have but it is not worth your time. There are very obvious mistranslations occurring and it makes for difficult listening and understanding. Additionally, this book puts forth some very misguided ideas on the use of placebo medications by primary care physicians. I want to be clear, PCP's do not utilize placebos to treat their patients. Yes, placebos are used in research but medical doctors who are primary care physicians do not use them! I was unable to get through the first section of this book due to the editing errors and misinformation so I cannot speak to the other two sections.

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HORRIBLE! Obviously a bad, bad translation.

it was pretty clear from the very start of this book that the grammar was going to be poor. I've trudged through books that had rather serious grammar flaws, but most of them can be overlooked provided they are not too glaring and not too frequent - especially if the content is worthwhile. It rapidly became clear that this particular book was a translation from some other language. From figures of speech and other clues, I suspect India region. "Sally Stephens" indeed.

Had this rough translation then been given to a competent English editor, things may have been better. Experts that don't speak English as a primary language manage to create good English content all the time - primarily by recognizing if they need regional localization expertise for translations. Instead, this horrible original content with horrible translation artifacts was then given straight to a reader. And if this reader was not a text-to-speech program, it (she, "Claire Radix"?) was pretty damn close. The narration reminded me of those click-bait YouTube videos that are put together by someone with only a passing knowledge of a subject (mostly culled from Wikipedia with the talent of a mediocre high schooler), which they then throw into a text to speech program to narrate their video. I honestly expect more from the Audible selection committee.

What made it so much worse was that there was absolutely no effort to correct horribly glaring grammatical errors, and they appear constantly. Constantly! Sentences that no English speaking 10 year old would utter, because they know it just doesn't sound even close to right. I could never tear focus from the horrible errors in every sentence long enough to decipher the actual content. Even fast-forwarding to areas that I was interested in hearing about, I just couldn't make it through the horrible grammar and lack of correction of glaring mistakes.

This is one of the few times I am returning a book as being utterly without any redeeming value whatsoever. Certainly not as an educational tool.

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Loved the combo value

This is a long book, so great with a credit. I am trying to mention something bad about this audiobook, but I can not. It's just way too good. So without more exaggeration, I just believe everybody should think of listening to it.