Behavioral Neuroscience for the Human Services - Book Review

Behavioral Neuroscience for the Human Services

Behavioral Neuroscience for the Human Services

Oxford University Press

Nonfiction

2014

978-0-19-979415-7

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The review of this book seems to cover the field of neuroscience research. My comment is based on the "ground" of the covered material. It is my 'take' on this subject that all the research is predicated on the primacy of the Brain, and seems to assume that the brain is behind all mental conceptualizations regarding human health and well-being as well as mental illnesses. This is Exoteric Science based. In contrast, the Esoeric Sciences maintain the brain and mind are two distinct entities, and the mind is primary, with the brain serving as a mere "receptacle," for mental functioning.

Don Crawford 330 days ago

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