• Neuroscience

  • Boost Your Knowledge About Memory and the Human Brain
  • By: Sally Stephens
  • Narrated by: Tom Bowdler
  • Length: 12 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This is your lucky day, because today, you get 3x more for only a slightly higher price. Hear about the following subtopics:  

Title 1 - Phobia, a word that we have all probably heard, usually in conjunction with another word. A phobia is an irrational fear of something. The word phobia comes from the greek god Phobos, who was literally the god of fear. 

Why do we have phobias? Why can they be so intense and irrational? Is there a difference between being afraid of something, and having a phobia of it? Are there any signs to indicate a phobia? How do you overcome one? 

What exactly is manic depression? Does it turn you into a really crazy, sad person? What does it do to people? Are there any signs? Are there any treatments? What triggers manic depression? Have any tests been done? How do we help people who have it? Are there any changes in the brain? 

What causes Tourette’s Syndrome? How does it manifest? How do I know if either myself or someone else has it? Is it dangerous? What causes the tics? How do I handle them at home and school? Are there coping strategies? Are there any treatments for this disease? 

If you have ever asked any of these questions and want answers, stop dawdling, buy this book, and start listening!

Title 2 - This book will provide information and go into greater detail on the subjects listed below. 

Hallucinations are sensations that are perceived as real, when in reality, they are not. The most common hallucinations usually involve seeing and/or hearing things that aren’t there. This guide will teach you about some of the various things you need to know when it comes to hallucinations, including different causes and types of hallucinations, and how to kindly talk to, and handle, someone who is suffering from hallucinations. This guide also contains information on various treatments, both medical and butural, for hallucinations. 

Emotional resilience refers to one's ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. This book will teach you about some of the attributes that emotionally resilient people possess, along with ten ways to strengthen your own emotional resilience. Learn the signs that indicate psychological fragility, and more. 

Learn about the myths and truths that surround the emotional eating disorder known as bulimia. Read about its typical causes, symptoms, and signs. 

Brain cancers are some of the worst diagnoses one can receive, especially in children. Learn to recognize the signs early on. Read about various alternative/natural treatments, tips for coping with it, etc. 

Title 3 - Aphasia, the amygdala, anorexia, the inner thought process, and testosterone. You’re probably wondering what the majority of these things are, don’t worry, you’re not alone. That is why this book was written, to teach you about: Aphasia, a language disorder that prevents the understanding and production of speech. The amygdala, the tiny organ in our brain that is responsible for the majority of our emotions. Anorexia, an emotional eating disorder. The inner thought process, a way to use your subconscious to better your life, and testosterone, a male hormone. This audiobook covers topics like: 

  • The different kinds of aphasia
  • Who is at risk for aphasia? 
  • How to deal with aphasia 
  • Various medications and treatments, both medical and alternative
  • The anatomy and history of the amygdala 
  • Learn how the amygdala reacts to, and creates, various emotions and feelings 
  • Learn what happens when the amygdala is damaged 
  • Sex distinctions in human amygdalas 
  • Physical signs of anorexia, along with some of its qualities
  • Clear up common misunderstandings and also address whether men can have anorexia
  • Ways to help those suffering from anorexia
  • The inner thought process and our subconscious
  • The Laws of Vibration and Attraction
  • What can testosterone do?
  • Testosterone for ladies
  • Diet to increase testosterone
©2019 Sally Stephens (P)2020 Sally Stephens

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Interesting stuff

This is a great book that tells you about memory, the brain, and yadayadayada. I don't want to make this review too long. I don't have time for stuff like that. Did I have time for the book? yes, I did, because I could do other stuff while listening. Thanks. I learned a lot.

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Nice book

This is a great book that contains so many topics that are related to disorders, to neuroscience, to the brain, to alzheimer's, memory, and a lot more. I don't even know where to start, but I want to keep this review short, so there you have it. Decide for yourself. If you want to know which topics are included, maybe check out the Kindle version or something.

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Cool

I think this is a cool book. I have no complaints about this, so I'm leaving a 5 star review. Thanks. Good luck with your other books. This is a long book, so better value for your money if you use a credit.

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Interesting information in here

I thought the book was great because the information in it was what I was looking for. Granted, there were some topics that interested me a little less, but the majority of them were what piqued my curiosity, and satisfied it too. I recommend this big book bundle.

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Nice

This is a nice book. There is nothing wrong with it. So this is one of those things that I'm recommending.

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Very good

This book is great. In my point of view, it was pretty great. There might perhaps have been a few barely obvious errors in there, but they did not bother me. When you can listen to a storyteller who is that good, and about a theme that you're interested in, you don't care about the rest. That's the end of the story.

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The authors need to do their research

I have not finished this book. It makes a statement about ketogenic diet that is fundamentally wrong. For that reason - I found myself not trusting the content and it’s validity.

Very disappointing.