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Un-tangling the mind : why we behave the way we do

Author: David T George; Lisa Berger
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperOne, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First Harpercollins paperback editionView all editions and formats
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Dr. George has combined the most cutting edge methods of medical research--fMRI, facial analysis, pet scans, and lactate infusion--to present a model of the brain that has never before been made public. He explains exactly what happens in the brain when we "lose it," even when we are mentally well.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David T George; Lisa Berger
ISBN: 0062127772 9780062127778
OCLC Number: 857966858
Description: 276 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Patient zero --
It's all about survival --
What ignites your emotions --
An answer in the PAG --
Hair trigger tempers and anger unleashed --
Desperate to escape: panic --
Going into shutdown --
Stone-cold predators --
Held hostage by trauma --
Another route to survival or sickness: the reward pathway --
Smothering the fire: treatment --
The blame game and taking responsibility.
Responsibility: D. Ted George, M.D., with Lisa Berger.

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Dr. George has combined the most cutting edge methods of medical research--fMRI, facial analysis, pet scans, and lactate infusion--to present a model of the brain that has never before been made public. He explains exactly what happens in the brain when we "lose it," even when we are mentally well.

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