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How close are neuroscientists to discovering…?


Dorothy Rowe is a world-renowned psychologist and writer.

How close are neuroscientists to discovering the intervening steps between the neuronal connections arising from learning and our individual interpretations or meanings?


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  1. The answer is there in interpersonal neuropsychology, and validates the explanations that you give in your own work Dorothy. One of the clearest explanations is provided by Danial J Seigal MD director of the Mindsight Institute http://www.MindsightInstitute.com In depth audio course “The Neurobiology of We” from http://www.soundstrue.com. Latest book “Mindsight change your brain and your life” published late 2009 is easy to read and clear. The triangle of mind, brain, and relationships- the mind emerges out of the interaction between brain and relationships….drawing on diverse scientific fields

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