• Neuroplasticity

  • Neural Networks, Dissociative Identity Disorder, and AI
  • By: Jane Hampton
  • Narrated by: Jason Wright
  • Length: 3 hrs and 51 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (106 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this audiobook, you’ll find information on artificial intelligence (AI), psychopaths, and split personality disorder. 

Below you will find some of the many topics discussed within this book.

  • What are the applications of AI?
  • What are its benefits and dangers?
  • What about the AI of today?
  • What’s the difference between strong and weak AI?
  • How will it impact the 21st century, along with the Millenials?
  • What situations need to be contemplated when it comes to Artificial Intelligence?
  • How it relates to smart computers, neural networks, and their futures.
  • What is the meaning behind the word psychopath
  • How is the mind of a psychopath and the role a conscience plays within.
  • What are the sneaky methods that a psychopath uses to manipulate others.
  • What are the signs of a real psychopath and how to find and handle them.
  • What is dissociative identity disorder (more commonly known as split personality disorder) and why some people have it.
  • What are some of the false myths that surround it
  • What are various treatments and the concerns that come with them
  • What are some daily tips for those suffering from this condition
  • What are the Ayurvedic herbal treatments available

This guide contains the answers to these questions and more. Don’t keep yourself in the dark about these important issues.

©2019 Jane Hampton (P)2019 Jane Hampton

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uninformed and harmful

This book is a hodge-podge of anecdotal and largely incorrect information that will lead to the further stigmatization of people influcted woth Dissociative Disorders.

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Nothing wrong with it

Even though the title is "neuroplasticity" I think the author didn't want to specifically focus on that term so much. In fact, she doesn't say much about it at all, but instead, focuses on multiple personality disorders, artificial intelligence, and neural networks, which are all related subtopics to brain science in general. So if that's your cup of tea, go for it. I liked it, personally.

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I like books like this

These kinds of books are exactly what helps me understand myself and others better. Emotions rule our world, and it's good to know where they come from, how the brain works, and how some people are a little "deviant" or "eccentric" in their own way, even though there are perfectly rational explanations for it.

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Awesome book

Thank you for this book. I learned a lot about AI, about the brain, about DID, and I'm not sure about the word neuroplasticity... maybe that was just for title purposes, or for the series. But I don't care. Aside from that, it's a great book. The subtitle reveals the exact topics this book talks about, so if that's your cup of tea, go for it.

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my 21+ and me, give 2 thumbs up

loved it. made me feel like it was written about me, my dissociative identity disorder.. very informational but to much on the AI..

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