Neuroscience All books
An assessment of the relationship between neuroscience and psychoanalysis. A synthesis that aids understanding of the possible complementarity between neuroscience and psychoanalysis, of the specificity of each approach, and the value of sharing knowledge about the brain.
An essay illuminated by neuroscience, which aims to explore the psychological and cerebral cogs involved in the act of interpretation, which we are not generally aware of. A petition or manifesto in favour of defending our subjectivity and individuality, at a time when ever more efficient, air-tight and uniform signage tends to make us lose track of the fact that we are the inventors of our own understanding of the world’s signs.
How can we help young children learn to concentrate? An enjoyable comic book to learn how the brain works. Practical, step-by-step tools to help children learn to concentrate and focus their attention. An approach based on cognitive neurosciences and tested in primary-school classes. A reader-friendly book for a unique concept.
The global prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders is accelerating. Numbers of children affected.
From the Microcosm of the Brain to the Macrocosm of Human Societies
The keys to attention management for improved concentration in daily life
What are the psychological and neurobiological mechanisms that enable humans to anticipate events and actions?
A reference work that offers hope, by a top specialist on Alzheimer’s disease
Isabelle Arnulf opens a window to the fascinating world of current dream research and describes some amazing cases gleaned from her meetings with contemplative monks who dream of the devil, her encounters with patients who are capable of bolting down tobacco sandwiches in their sleep, from her own laboratory experiments and her efforts to replay Inception.
Practical tips to avoid some of the common pitfalls of decision-makers. How to optimise the decision-making process.
A therapeutic approach to language disorders has been shown to work.
What does it mean to be oneself? What does it mean to believe? An exploration of the neuroscience and philosophy of subjectivity
Are we really the masters of our actions and are we wholly responsible for what we do?
A highly topical discussion, linked to the latest findings in the neurosciences: is it still relevant nowadays, given recent neurobiological research.