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Fri Mar 21 17:07:35 2014 UTClccn-n20060774150.00Tous addicts ! : mécanismes du plaisir et de la dépendance /0.280.88Looking back on BASICS21575250David_Lindenn 200607741570732531876572Linden, David, 1961-リンデン, デイビッド・Jlccn-no2008089525Pratt, Seanlccn-n79091642Bar Association Support to Improve Correctional Servicesviaf-283488397Vries, Kees delccn-n79011566American Bar AssociationCommission on Correctional Facilities and Servicesviaf-102845970張美惠nc-american bar associationAmerican Bar Associationnp-linendeng$linden david j林恩登(Linden, David J.)viaf-172250618Niehaus, Monikalccn-no2008017110OverDrive, Incnp-meler orti, ferranMeler-Orti, FerranLinden, David J.1961-Popular worksNeuropsychologyBrain--EvolutionBrainMental illness--Physiological aspectsNeurophysiologyMental illness--ChemotherapyPleasureNeurobiologyCompulsive behaviorBar Association Support to Improve Correctional ServicesCorrectionsUnited StatesPrisons19611979200720082009201020112012201336232156612.82QP37619499ocn072799724book20070.31Linden, David JThe accidental mindPopular works"A guide to the strange and often illogal world of neural function, 'The accidendal mind' shows how the brain is not an optimized, general-purpose problem-solving machine, but rather a weird agglomeration of ad-hoc solutions that have been piled on through millions of years of evolutionary history. Moreover Linden tells us how the constraints of evolved brain design have ultimately led to almost every transcendent human foible : our long childhoods, our extensnsive memory capacity, our search for love and long-term relationships, our need to create compelling narrative, and ultimately, the universal cultural impulse to create both religious and scientific explanations. With forays into evolutionary biology, this analysis of mental function answers some of our most common questions about how we've come to be who we are." - book jacket+-+332975921512287ocn650211164book20110.22Linden, David JThe compass of pleasure : how our brains make fatty foods, orgasm, exercise, marijuana, generosity, vodka, learning, and gambling feel so goodA leading brain scientist's look at the neurobiology of pleasure--and how pleasures can become addictions. Whether eating, taking drugs, engaging in sex, or doing good deeds, the pursuit of pleasure is a central drive of the human animal. Here, Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David J. Linden explains how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level: in our brain. As he did in The Accidental Mind, Linden combines cutting-edge science with entertaining anecdotes to illuminate the source of the behaviors that can lead us to ecstasy but that can easily become compulsive. Why are drugs like nicotine and heroin addictive while LSD is not? Why has the search for safe appetite suppressants been such a disappointment? The Compass of Pleasure concludes with a provocative consideration of pleasure in the future, when it may be possible to activate our pleasure circuits at will and in entirely novel patterns.--From publisher description+-+13077552151084ocn225874286book20070.29Linden, David JThe accidental mind : how brain evolution has given us love, memory, dreams, and GodPopular works+-+8305859215987ocn759585107book20110.20Linden, David JPleasure : how our brains make junk food, exercise, marijuana, generosity, and gambling feel so goodA leading brain scientist's look at the neurobiology of pleasure--and how pleasures can become addictions. Whether eating, taking drugs, engaging in sex, or doing good deeds, the pursuit of pleasure is a central drive of the human animal. Here, Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David J. Linden explains how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level: in our brain. As he did in The Accidental Mind, Linden combines cutting-edge science with entertaining anecdotes to illuminate the source of the behaviors that can lead us to ecstasy but that can easily become compulsive. Why are drugs like nicotine and heroin addictive while LSD is not? Why has the search for safe appetite suppressants been such a disappointment? The Compass of Pleasure concludes with a provocative consideration of pleasure in the future, when it may be possible to activate our pleasure circuits at will and in entirely novel patterns.--From publisher description+-+7973316036562ocn784460394com20110.12Linden, David JThe compass of pleasure how our brains make fatty foods, orgasm, exercise, marijuana, generosity, vodka, learning, and gambling feel so goodA leading brain scientist's look at the neurobiology of pleasure--and how pleasures can become addictions. Whether eating, taking drugs, engaging in sex, or doing good deeds, the pursuit of pleasure is a central drive of the human animal. Here, Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David J. Linden explains how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level: in our brain. As he did in The Accidental Mind, Linden combines cutting-edge science with entertaining anecdotes to illuminate the source of the behaviors that can lead us to ecstasy but that can easily become compulsive. Why are drugs like nicotine and heroin addictive while LSD is not? Why has the search for safe appetite suppressants been such a disappointment? The Compass of Pleasure concludes with a provocative consideration of pleasure in the future, when it may be possible to activate our pleasure circuits at will and in entirely novel patterns.--From publisher description392ocn032724655book19790.88Linden, David JLooking back on BASICS374ocn521501743book20100.33Linden, David JDas Gehirn - ein Unfall der Natur : und warum es dennoch funktioniert331ocn731658286book20110.18Linden, David JGenot als kompas : hoe ons brein maakt dat we vet voedsel, orgasmes, sporten, marihuana, wodka, leren en gokken zo prettig vinden212ocn780119810book20120.29Linden, David JHigh : woher die guten Gefühle kommen192ocn800296541book20110.32Linden, David JYu yue de mi mi : jie kai ren lei cheng yin zhi mi123ocn662600823book20100.47Linden, David JEl cerebro accidental : la evolución de la mente y el origen de los sentimientos52ocn774269648book20120.27Linden, David JKaikan kairo : naze kimochiii noka naze yamerarenai noka41ocn852243477book2013Linden, David JTous addicts ! : mécanismes du plaisir et de la dépendance32ocn703347452book20090.47Linden, David JTsugihagidarake no nō to kokoro : Nō no shinka wa ikani ai kioku yume kami o motarashitanoka32ocn796336240book20110.10Linden, David JLa brújula del placer : porqué [sic] los alimentos grasos, el orgasmo, el ejercicio, la marihuana, la generosidad, el alcohol, aprender y los juegos de azar nos sientan tan bien21ocn747015376book20110.47Linden, David JYu yue de mi mi21ocn844942164book20120.76Linden, DavidThe biology of psychological disorders"Covering a broad range of psychological disorders, their biological underpinnings, and the latest principles of pharmacological treatment, The Biology of Psychological Disorders is essential reading for students specialising in biological psychology, or seeking to contextualize their studies of cognitive and clinical neuroscience"--Provided by publisher+-+559197587511ocn748744758book20090.47Linden, David JJin hua de da nao : fu yu wo men ai qing, ji yi he mei mengPopular works11ocn827970874book2012Linden, David JLa bussola del piacere : ovvero perché junk food, sesso, sudore, marijuana, vodka e gioco d'azzardo ci fanno sentire bene11ocn804222453com20080.47San Miguel Insua, IriaWorking memory influences on auditory novelty processing in the human brain+-+3329759215+-+3329759215Fri Mar 21 15:29:09 EDT 2014batch12759