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The Disordered Mind : What Unusual Brains Tell Us about Ourselves
ذهن آشفته: آنچه مغزهای غیرمعمول درباره خودمان به ما می گویند


کد کتاب: 187933
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The Disordered Mind : What Unusual Brains Tell Us about Ourselves

 ذهن آشفته: آنچه مغزهای غیرمعمول درباره خودمان به ما می گویند

 

تحقیقات یک نوبل برنده جایزه علوم اعصاب درباره آنچه که اختلالات مغزی می تواند در مورد ماهیت انسان به ما بگوید

اریک آر. کاندل ، برنده جایزه نوبل فیزیولوژی در پزشکی به دلیل تحقیقات اساسی خود در زمینه ذخیره حافظه در مغز ، یکی از پیشگامان علم مدرن مغز است. کار او همچنان درک ما از نحوه یادگیری و حافظه و شکستن موانع قدیمی بین علوم و هنر است.

کندل در کتاب جدید اصلی خود با عنوان "ذهن بی نظم" ، یک عمر از تحقیقات مسیری و کار بسیاری از دانشمندان علوم اعصاب برجسته را ترسیم می کند تا ما را به یک تور غیرمعمول از مغز سوق دهد. او با یکی از دشوارترین سؤالاتی که با آن روبرو هستیم مقابله می کند: چگونه ذهن ما ، حس فردی ما از خود ، از ماده جسمی مغز بیرون می آید؟ 86 میلیارد نورون مغز از طریق اتصالات بسیار دقیق با یکدیگر ارتباط برقرار می کنند.

A Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist's probing investigation of what brain disorders can tell us about human nature

Eric R. Kandel, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his foundational research into memory storage in the brain, is one of the pioneers of modern brain science. His work continues to shape our understanding of how learning and memory work and to break down age-old barriers between the sciences and the arts.

In his seminal new book, The Disordered Mind, Kandel draws on a lifetime of pathbreaking research and the work of many other leading neuroscientists to take us on an unusual tour of the brain. He confronts one of the most difficult questions we face: How does our mind, our individual sense of self, emerge from the physical matter of the brain? The brain's 86 billion neurons communicate with one another through very precise connections. But sometimes those connections are disrupted. The brain processes that give rise to our mind can become disordered, resulting in diseases such as autism, depression, schizophrenia, Parkinson's, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder. While these disruptions bring great suffering, they can also reveal the mysteries of how the brain produces our most fundamental experiences and capabilities--the very nature of what it means to be human. Studies of autism illuminate the neurological foundations of our social instincts; research into depression offers important insights on emotions and the integrity of the self; and paradigm-shifting work on addiction has led to a new understanding of the relationship between pleasure and willpower.

By studying disruptions to typical brain functioning and exploring their potential treatments, we will deepen our understanding of thought, feeling, behavior, memory, and creativity. Only then can we grapple with the big question of how billions of neurons generate consciousness itself.

Product details

  • Hardback | 304 pages
  • 152 x 231 x 25mm | 771g
  • New York
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0374287864
  • 9780374287863
  • 634,772