An eye opener and worth a read a very good research on impulsive behaviour with keen *And Clear ExamplesDr David Lewis * clear examplesDr David Lewis which were brought from his mindlabs has efinitely got a good knowing how our brain works behind our eyes and imagination the phrase thinking about thinking is really mesmerising because i have never came across such phrase to explain someone about my state of thinking I idn t feel there was anything overly surprising nor enlightening in this book about impulses It covered things like rioting suicide over spending over eating falling in love #etc It was a bit ry and text bookie Over 100 pages are #It was a bit ry and text bookie Over 100 pages are to references and footnotes so it is not an overly long book but long enough for me Impulse wasn t uite so interesting until I reached like the 30% mark The beginning had a bit of a monotonous feel because it was like a repetition of everything I already knew But once the good stuff started rolling in I was hooked Research wise this book had a ton of it Half the pages were references and bibliography I was honestly taken back by how research based this book wasAll in all this book was an interesting read but there were uite a "Few Instances Where I "instances where I really bored Haha I ll be brief I am a big fan of impulses It sounds a bit strange when I write it that way but I spent several months of my MA exploring the effects of impulses on theatre creation and audience perception particularly impulses that were not followed through with actions and I think it is a very interesting topic So when. When you make a ecision or form an opinion you think you know why But you’re wrongThe truth is that most of our mental activity actually happens below the level of conscious thought In this groundbreaking book Dr David Lewis irector of the cutting edge research agency Mindlab International explores this incredible phenomenon Delving into the mysteries of the ‘zombie brain’ that ea. ,
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Ry Having read Thinking fast Slow The Bool Comes the bool comes as a "rehash of old ideas sprinkled with one or two interesting social studies and "of old ideas sprinkled with one or two interesting social studies and Pretty much a rehash of other studies in the field We act before we think ie we are impulsive Usually because of conditioned responses and neural pathways established via evolutionary biology We also are susceptible to musical sound and visual manipulation and are not as rational as we think An interesting book on the subject of how our brains manage the illusion of free will through a self control mechanism that often rests after lengthy periods of self restraint thus causing impulsive behavior The book itself goes into etail but that s the gist of it The The Strange Marriage of Anne de Bourgh decisions that we make throughout our lives areetermined by chemical reactions in our brains and we are merely bundles of nerves piloting meat machines in a world that is almost entirely the construct of our brains Somehow this is not Bright Days distressing to me and is actually rather calmingespite the warning at the end that the illusion of free will is all that keeps our society from plunging into an anarchic hellscape without law or morals ridiculous on a personal scale yet frighteningly plausible en masse The systems we put in place to tie ourselves to the mast like Ulysses are all that keep us from riving the boat into the cliffs to heed the sirens callMore importantly this book provided me with enough psychological rippings to talk like a pretentious Adobe Photoshop CS Type Effects [With CDROM] douche without having to go to college for it so hooray for that. Makes you find strangers likeableAbove all he reveals the practical applications of this emerging field of research giving us insights into suchiverse areas as child The Software Vulnerability Guide development anti social activities like rioting successfulieting and even the ways that supermarkets make us spend We may not be conscious of our impulses but it is clear that we can no longer afford to be ignorant of the. ,
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