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The Neurophysics of Human Behavior: Explorations at the Interface of the Brain, Mind, Behavior, and Information

Posted By: sambuka
Review
"This book offers the reader a deep, documented exploration of numerous subjects as they relate to behavior. … A challenging read." - Ronald Mills on Amazon.com "An unavoidable text for every practitioner of energy psychologies, NLP, and psychotherapy in general. … Its 355 pages are not light reading; every paragraph is packed with information, scientific terminology and rigorous logical reasoning." - Joaquin Andrade on Amazon.com "This book fills the missing-link for anyone interested in the application of quantum physics, complexity theory, and study of self-organizing systems to everyday life." - Peter R. Nichols on Amazon.com

Book Description
The Neurophysics of Human Behavior provides a progress report of a life-long endeavor to answer several mind-twisting questions that could potentially influence the course of human development. Among them: What is life? What does it mean to be human? What is our place in nature? What is mind? How are brain, mind, matter and energy related? The answers to these and an even longer list of questions have developed into an interdisciplinary branch of science called "Cognitive Neurophysics."


Destined To Become A Classic
Reviewer: Ronald Mills (from amazon.com)

Too many books about human behavior and thought simply aren't worth the time it takes to read them. Most are like celery at dinner, an apetizer with more fiber than taste or nutrition. In contrast, this book is like dining at Maxim's of Paris every Saturday night for a year and only having sumptuous dishes galore. If you are interested to know what memetics, evolution, entropy, chaos theory, biology, neuroscience, psychology, information theory, brain function, thought field theory, state theory, cybernetics, and persuasion have in commmon – without any psychobabble – then buy a copy. This book offers the reader a deep, thoughtful, well-documented exploration of numerous subjects as they relate to human behavior. It is a challenging read. You won't be able to read it in one sitting, nor will only one reading be enough to probe the surprising depth of the material. You will however be rewarded with a provocative tour of the fundamenttals of thought and human behavior. I know of no other book that succeeds in tying so many disparate fields of inquiry together. It even provides a way of mapping the nuerocognitive system called NeuroPrint that will help you determine effective interventions with others. Beware: the ramifications of the material are profound and will reverberate through your current beliefs. On a side note, I wish the book were shorter and less expensive. But I am at a loss as to what could be cut that would not damage ther overall presentation. I am grateful the book is so well bound – my copy is now filled with yellow highlighter and marginal notes, and is and will be referred to regularly. Those issues aside, I strongly recommend that every professor, parent, spouse, therapist, salesman, or individual who interacts with others buy and read a copy as soon as you can. In the future no one will be able to consider themselves knowledgeable in the field of human thought and behavior that has not read and carefully considered the material in this book. It should become a classic.