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  • Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human
    Views : 386
    Pages : 400

    by: Daniel J. Siegel

    Publisher: pW. W. Norton & Company

    Book Description

    A clinical professor of psychology serves up the soft, squishy side of neuroscience.

    If you are a hard-drilling student of brain science, the mind is the ghost in the machine, some matter for Cartesian pondering, with a healthy dose of the uncertainty principle thrown in for good measure: for how can the thing doing the measurin ... more

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    2016-10-18

    ISBN-10: 039371053X

    ISBN-13: 9780393710533

    Language: English

  • Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain
    Views : 223
    Pages : 336

    by: Daniel J. Siegel

    Publisher: pTarcherPerigee

    Book Description

    Siegel (Psychiatry/UCLA School of Medicine; Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation, 2010, etc.) tenders approaches to making adolescence work for parents rather than tearing them apart emotionally and psychologically.

    Although adolescence is often appreciated as a hormonal experience, the author examines it as a ... more

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    2014-01-07

    ISBN-10: 158542935X

    ISBN-13: 9781585429356

    Language: English

  • The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind
    Views : 67
    Pages : 192

    by: Daniel J. Siegel Tina Payne Bryson

    Publisher: pDelacorte Press

    Book Description

    Siegel (Psychiatry/UCLA; Mindsight, 2010, etc.) and Bryson dissect the different sections of the brain and offer useful parental tools that can limit temper tantrums as well as ensure well-rounded development.

    The authors, both of Los Angeles’ Mindsight Institute, reveal 12 “whole-brain” strategies the entire family sh ... more

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    2011-10-04

    ISBN-10: 0553807919

    ISBN-13: 9780553807912

    Language: English

  • The Wise Legacy: How One Professor Transformed the Nation
    Views : 422
    Pages : 254

    by: Daniel J. Siegel

    Publisher: pCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    Book Description

    This tribute volume collects statements from and interviews with students, colleagues, relatives, and friends of Sidney Wise, an influential professor.

    Sidney Wise was Charles A. Dana Professor of Government at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Upon Wise’s retirement in 1989, Rep. William H. Gray, a former stu ... more

    Publish on

    2015-01-16

    ISBN-10: 1507625596

    ISBN-13: 9781507625590

    Language: English