• Neuroscience

  • Learning More About the Human Brain
  • By: John Feisel
  • Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
  • Length: 4 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (101 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Phobias, those irrational fears that so many possess, but why do we have them, what makes them so intense? What about manic depression, what causes that disorder? Also, what about Tourette’s syndrome? What’s going on in its corner of neurological disorders? Let this book show you by discussing topics such as:

  • What are phobias?
  • What causes us to have them?
  • What is the difference between a fear and a phobia?
  • How are phobias classified?
  • What are some of the various physical and mental signs and symptoms of one?
  • Reasons for a phobia.
  • Basic vs. complex phobias.
  • What does manic depression cause?
  • The varying kinds of manic depression.
  • Signs and qualities of manic depression.
  • What can trigger it?
  • When should you ask for help?
  • The history of Tourette’s syndrome.
  • Some of the typical causes of Tourette’s syndrome.
  • How to detect Tourette’s syndrome.
  • The various manifestations of Tourette’s syndrome.
  • How to handle both it and the tics that come with it at home and at school.
  • The sociological and cultural elements of Tourette’s syndrome.

Using these subjects, plus a few others that lie within the confines of this book, you can begin to acquire the answers and natural treatments that you’re looking for.

©2019 John Feisel (P)2019 John Feisel

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It's hard not to like this

When you're on the search for more knowledge (and knowledge = power), then this is a great guide. Aside from listening to the sample,reading the description, and looking at the cover, you can take my word for it.

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Neuroscience

Good things come to those who study the brain. That's not a quote, just a thought I had. So yeah, learn more about it, or stay a dummy. It's up to you.

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Excellent

The narrator was great. The information was great. Everything was great. The brain matters. Get this!

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Good stuff

I know I am definitely not the best of testimonial writers, but this deserves praise. The author and narrator have obviously put so much time and energy into these audiobooks.

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Dull with low information

The voice was a dull monotone voice. I take notes when I study non fiction. I had to put on the highest speed and then I had to start flipping through chapters. Thirty minutes to give 1 minute of information is just too slow for me. Perhaps this is good for an elementary or junior high school student who has never heard of psychology before. Not for me though.