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Finally, the bundle is here! In this book of three, you’ll get three times the value! Listen about the following topics:

Book 1 - This audiobook expounds on the subjects listed below. It also contains tips, tricks, and natural treatments for each.

Phobias are a worldwide phenomenon, but why do we have them? Learn why in this nifty guide.

What is manic depression? Manic depression is what bipolar disorder used to be called, there are varying kinds of manic depressions, from moderate to severe. Listen about some of the signs of manic depression, and learn when to look for assistance. Study the various triggers that can cause a manic depressive episode. Study the various tests that studied the disorder in teens. Learn about various treatments, strategies, and coping methods.

Tourette’s Syndrome has various causes and manifestations, using this audiobook you can learn how to detect and began to manage it. Tourette’s Syndrome has a host of sociological and cultural elements tied to it, especially for children.

Book 2 - Hallucinations, everyone’s heard of them, but most don’t know the full extent and there are a lot of preconceived ideas and stereotypes out there. Emotional resilience is another thing that most people don’t really understand, as it’s not as well known. Bulimia is something that is more well known, but is the knowledge you possess accurate? Brain cancer, something no one wished existed. This guide will help shed some light on these subjects, and suggest/provide some treatment options, by discussing subjects such as,

  • Hallucinations in different age groups.
  • The different types of hallucinations and how to cope with them.
  • Some of the typical signs and causes of hallucinations.
  • How to speak with someone who is hallucinating, and how to take care of them.
  • Attributes and practices of emotionally resilient people.
  • 10 ways to build your emotional strength and increase your psychological durability.
  • The facts and falsehoods about bulimia.
  • What the causes are.
  • Symptoms and signs of bulimia.

Book 3 - Aphasia, if you know what this word means, then either you, or someone you love has suffered from it. If you don’t know what it is, count yourself lucky and learn to reduce the risk of you getting this debilitating speech disorder.

Study the amygdala, this tiny almond sized organ in our brains that is responsible for processing the majority of our more intense emotions, like aggression, anxiety, and pleasure. Learn about the history of the amygdala, as well as the sex distinctions in the human amygdala.

©2019 Jane Hampton (P)2020 Jane Hampton

What listeners say about Neuroscience: Learning about Hallucinations, Emotions, and Intelligence

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I loved this

This is a great book. There is so much value in these 12 hour bundles that I think I got a great deal for a credit. Emotional connections, neurons, and all kinds of related subjects are in this.

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Written from non-American English author

I tried valiantly to finish this book. I purchased in part because of it's 5 star rating, which in the end was sadly misleading.
The author means well, but there were three things that I found difficult.
One, the content level was more elementary and repetitive than I was hoping for.
Second, I found the English semantics distracting. I wasn't sure at first if the book was written in another language, with a cumbersome translation, or if the way English is used was just the Author's non-American linguistics.
Third, the author speaks a lot of her own experience with bulimia. Generally, a bit of personal perspective can give depth. I found the amount she shared more in line with a memoir than a science piece. Since I was searching for a more scientific summary, I gave up and did not finish the last half of the 3 book series.

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This is awesome

A book like this should be praised more by others. It's a rare book you won't find everywhere. Take a look at this. I recommend it. It talks about the brain and about a lot of things we should actually know more about.

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Competent narrator

The storyteller seems rather competent, and the writer knows a lot about the theme. It may have had a few mistakes, but they did not subtract anything from the incredible information that this particular audiobook contains. You can discover a ton. I know I did.

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  • 12-22-20

Misleading?

i bought the book with the intention to understand hallucinations.
it stated in the Details that Book 2 is about Hallucinations. upon purchase and listening for half the first chapters, none is about Hallucinations.
kinda disappointed.