Welcome back. Please try again later. I've read some of ms. In her third enthralling book about the brain, Judith Horstman takes us on a lively tour of our most important sex and love organ and the whole smorgasbord of our many kinds of love-from the bonding of parent and child to the passion of erotic Who do we love?
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One of these items ships sooner than the other. Taking a step back and having a knowledge of our emotions from a scientific perspective can be incredibly beneficial in understanding what these feelings actually mean and how to act, or not act, on them. Taking a step back and having a knowledge of our emotions from a scientific perspective can be incredibly beneficial in understanding what these feelings actually mean and how to act, or not act, on them.
Louann Brizendine. ISBN: This book is great in that it helps us understand why we feel and do the things we do when it comes to love and relationships. The latest research shows that the popular myth is true: Sexual orientation and identity is hard-wired, the result of our neurological predisposition, not a choice or result of socialization.
This book holds the reader's attention throughout the chapters and everybody can easily become knowledgable about basics of the brain functioning and various brain imaging techniques used to address how do love and sex originate in the neural firings relevant to the specific brain areas.
Please try again Report abuse Jeff Hopper 5. This book has helped me when I am sad. Judith Horstman posits this intriguing question and she focuses on explaining how a feeling of love associated with various bodily sensations begins within the brain.
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A bit too general and superficial, but I think that's the intention of these Scientific American books. Ships from and sold by Amazon. But it wasn't. Trivia About The Scientific Am How the latest discoveries in neuroscience reveal the moment to moment dynamics in our brain that inspires love and sexual desire.