[PDF/EBOOK] Joy Guilt Anger Love By Giovanni Frazzetto

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“Neuroscientist Giovanni Frazzetto enters the restless realm of human emotion through the portals of physiology genetics history art and philosophy Anger guilt anxiety grief empathy joy and love are anatomized in turn enlivened with research on everything from the role of monoamine oxidase A in anger to the engagement of opioid receptors as we thrill to music And who knew that surrealist Salvador Dali created an art installation in the shape of a giant cat. I enjoyed reading this It breaks down somewhat complicated neuroscience research into readable information while integrating brain chemistry with ephemeral things like love and joy It doesn t explain why or how our emotions work but it gives some insight into how they might work Definitely readable

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Joy Guilt Anger Love

Erpillar to explore the process of sedation” Nature   Is science ever enough to explain why we feel the way we feel In this engaging account renowned neuroscientist Giovanni Frazzetto blends cutting edge scientific research with personal stories to reveal how our brains generate our emotions He demonstrates that while modern science has expanded our knowledge investigating art literature and philosophy is eually crucial to unraveling the brain’s secret. Joy Guilt Anger Love What Neuroscience Can and Can t Tell Us About How We Feel is an alluring book that consists of a mix with intricate research on how neuroscience is behind emotions along with readable personal stories This book gives insight on how our emotions might work which is something that is not often talked about Because of how the author provides his personal experiences it is an easy read and a great way to dive into the world of psychology and neuroscience This book is laid out logically and easy to follow The facts are researched thoroughly with case studies evidence and examples in a non intimidating way Frazzetto does a fascinating job of balancing his personal experiences and emotions with neuroscience Throughout the book he explains what we do know and what we don t know scientifically about our emotions The recent developments in neuroscience help us find ways of being in a particular state of emotion and how we deal with them This book caused me to think about the role emotions play into our lives and how they can affect us This is a very informative and compelling read I recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about psychology or how the mind can work and develop Overall I was captivated by this riveting book

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S What can a brain scan or our reaction to a Caravaggio painting reveal about the deep seat of guilt Can ancient remedies fight sadness effectively than antidepressants What can writing poetry tell us about how joy works Structured in seven chapters encompassing common human emotions anger guilt anxiety grief empathy joy and love Joy Guilt Anger Love offers a way of thinking about science and art that will help us to fully understand ourselves and how we fe. I enjoyed this bookwas a bit hard for me due to the scientific neuroscience information and i come from a completely different background yet the author tried to simply iti loved how he connected emotions to philosophy and artthis mix between neuroscience emotions science philosophy and art was really amazing and captivatingthank you


10 thoughts on “Joy Guilt Anger Love

  1. says:

    I enjoyed reading this It breaks down somewhat complicated neuroscience research into readable information while integrating brain chemistry with ephemeral things like love and joy It doesn't explain why or how our emotions work but it gives some insight into how they might work Definitely readable

  2. says:

    Joy Guilt Anger Love What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Tell Us about How We Feel by Giovanni Frazzetto “Joy Guilt Anger Love is an engaging

  3. says:

    I enjoyed the bits about neuroscience and research made me want to learn I was less interested in the digressions into the author's life especially when he was talking about his own poetry

  4. says:

    The relationship between the scientific working of the brain and the impact on emotions has been brought out nicely The recent developments in neuroscience have helped us understand us better and also find ways

  5. says:

    A real renaissance mix of art philosophy and science The author casually drops mention of his relationship with another man in the last chapter on love Which is as it should be sexuality doesn't make a difference to science I also have thoughts about the moral dilemma he presents in the chapter on guiltSo two scenarios in one you’re at a wedding and there’s a drowning child and to rescue her you’ll have to ruin you

  6. says:

    “Joy Guilt Anger Love What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Tell Us About How We Feel” is an alluring book that consists of a mix with intricate research on how neuroscience is behind emotions along with readable personal stories This book gives insight on how our emotions might work which is something that is not often talked about Because of how the author provides his personal experiences it is an easy read and a g

  7. says:

    This is exactly the kind of book I needed to read at this point in my life Frazzetto has seven chapters for seven emotions anger guilt anxiety grief empathy joy and love Each topic includes a mix of literary uotes personal connections to his life neuroscience and most importantly wisdom Because he isolates each emotion as a topic the focus on his message remains consistently clearFor example his chapter on Empathy I found amazing He uses

  8. says:

    Not uite what I was hoping for but I was largely going off of conjecture Imagine a neuroscience 101 class on emotions and that is basically what we have here It was good but it wasn't anything particularly great or useful Just a uick rundown from a historical anecdotal practical and scientific view It could use about 13 less expla

  9. says:

    I enjoyed this bookwas a bit hard for me due to the scientific neuroscience information and i come from a completely different background yet the author tried to simply iti loved how he connected emotions to philosophy and artthis mix between neuroscience emotions science philosophy and art was really amazing and captivatingthank you

  10. says:

    Very insightful as a beginner's venture into psychologyneuroscience especially when it concerns emotions Everything is explained well with examples case studies and empirical research