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The biology of love

Author: Arthur Janov
Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2000.
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"Janov maintains that prenatal experiences and birth trauma are imprinted on our nervous systems, and if this crucial period of life is beset by trouble and stress, whether mental or physical, the deep-seated effects can result in psychological problems or psychosomatic diseases later in life. By the same token, lack of love after birth, when the infant needs the touch of loving caresses, can be as injurious to the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Janov, Arthur.
Biology of love.
Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2000
(OCoLC)606279217
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Janov
ISBN: 1573928291 9781573928298
OCLC Number: 42823668
Description: 364 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Structure of the Brain --
The Structure of the Brain --
The Frontal Cortex and Feelings --
The Limbic System --
Overload and Shutdown: How We Repress --
The Hippocampus --
Messengers of the Brain --
The Frontal Cortex: The Thinking Man's Brain --
How an Angry Look Becomes a Chemical in Our Brain --
Transcript of a Session --
At the Crossroads: The Limbic System: The Thalamus, Amygdala, and Hippocampus --
The Thalamus: Switchboard and Relay Station of the Brain --
Organizing Memory: The Amygdala --
The Dopamine Connection --
The Amygdalae: Mother Nature at Work --
Are We Conscious First and Then Unconscious? --
The Repository of Truth --
The Hippocampus: Accessing Childhood Memories --
The Pain of Anorexia --
Sandra's Story --
The Brainstem: Instinct and Survival --
The Work of the Frontal Cortex: On Developing Strange Ideas --
Feeling Our Humanity --
Sounding the Alarm: The Reticular Activating System --
The Locus Ceruleus: At Terror's Center --
The Hypothalamus: Carrying the Message of Feeling --
The Cingulate Cortex --
The Sympath and Parasympath: Shaping Personality in the Womb --
A Therapy of Emotional Emergency --
The Three Levels of Consciousness --
First-Line Instinctual Consciousness --
Steve --
Myra --
The Second-Line: Emotional Consciousness --
The Third-Line: Intellectual Consciousness --
The Hemispheres of Love: The Left and Right Hemispheres --
Right-Brain Empathy --
The Left Analytic Brain --
The Battle in the Brain Between Ideas and Feelings --
Nolan --
Roger --
The Chain of Pain.
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"Janov maintains that prenatal experiences and birth trauma are imprinted on our nervous systems, and if this crucial period of life is beset by trouble and stress, whether mental or physical, the deep-seated effects can result in psychological problems or psychosomatic diseases later in life. By the same token, lack of love after birth, when the infant needs the touch of loving caresses, can be as injurious to the healthy development of intelligence and personality as lack of food. Janov cites scientific evidence to demonstrate how the formation of the nervous system, especially the complex neural connections of the brain and the hormones that enhance them, can be influenced by the presence or absence of a loving, nurturing environment, both before and after birth."--Jacket.

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