What would Freud say part 1

What would Freud say? Part 1

What would Karl Jung talk about your middle-aged crisis and buying the Red Ferrari? As if Burres Skinner explained why you do not dig up from your phone? Would like to contact Erich Fromma for help in finding real love?

This book is partly introducing into psychology, and in part guide to life. Her author, Psychotherapist Sarah Tulley, will argue your knowledge, will explain why you are what you have, why do it, and not otherwise, and tell how your everyday problems would solve well-known psychologists and psychoanalysts, such as Melanie Klein, Donald Winnikott , Fritz Perlz and many others.

Why the book is worth reading

  • The author of the book will help you better understand yourself, your behavior, understand relations with others, and tell me how to become better.
  • An excitingly written book with a clear structure and a brief presentation of the main psychological theories.
  • In the book you will find answers to many questions that we always ask ourselves: why we see the show, we pronounce, we can not lose weight; how to cope with aerophobia and fear of public speeches, how to stop regretful about your actions and how to enjoy work.

Sarah Tulley – Psychotherapist, Consultant, Writer and Editor. Co-author of such books as "philosophy for children" (Children&# 8217; S Book of Philosophy) and "The Sociology Book" (The Sociology Book).

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What would Freud say part 1

The newest neuroscience studies found curious differences in the brain of people who consider themselves introverts and extroverts. Extraverts "programmed" to pay unusually much attention to persons – while they are experiencing a surge of the "awarding" neurotiator (biologically active chemicals in the brain) of dopamine, which is also involved in dependent behavior.

In addition, it seems that the extroverts use a shorter and fast nervous path when processing information than introverts, and it passes through the brain zones responsible for processing sensory information (vision, sound, taste, touch). This path also depends on dopamine. But there is one "but": the extroverts are not too sensitive to dopamine.

They need it more than introverts so that it will affect; And one quick way to increase the level of dopamine is to increase the level of adrenaline, which can be achieved by making new, exciting and dangerous deeds: for example, sing karaoke at the bar, dance with a stranger or jump from Bunja. Getting into people and doing something fascinating, especially in the company!), they receive a surge of dopamine responsible for the pleasure, and have several short, but strong outbreaks of happiness, and everything seems wonderful.

Introvert actually actually. It seems that the introvert brain is more supplied with blood than that of the extroverts, and this leads to a more complex way of processing information: it passes through areas that are responsible for internal experiences, such as memory, planning and solving problems. In addition, the introverts are extremely sensitive to the dopamine, and they need it quite a little bit to feel an excess of stimulation (in other words, they should avoid parties!).

They have another favorite neurotiator – acetylcholine, which has a completely different effect. This substance gives a feeling of concentration and relaxation, contributes to strengthening memory, light traumatic and cognitive flexibility. It seems that the introvert brain is looking for a new experience, which leads to the release of the neurotransmitter "satisfaction" to function successfully, and the extrovert brain is eager for fascinating activity in collaboration with other people, which contributes to the immediate surge of dopamine.

So is there any problem?

Council from scientists, from Jung to modern neurobiologists: no problem, if only you do not resist our own nature and beloved activities. For example, if you are an introvert and suddenly decided to break away at a party, it is very likely that at the end you will feel omissible.

Similarly, the extrovert will feel depleted if it will sit at home alone all week. Therefore, it should be careful in choosing a profession, because it is high likely to be in a medium that expects a certain style of behavior from its employees, and the error will cost you health and happiness.

Jung advised the introvert: "His own world is a safe harbor, carefully emerged by a secret garden … The best works are made by his personal efforts, on their own initiative and their own special way" "His own world is a safe harbor, carefully emerged a secret garden … The best works are produced by his personal efforts, on their own initiative and their own special way.

What would Freud say part 1

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