~~ Numerous written IPNB resources...books, articles, blogs...what ever can be found in the
written word...perhaps even video ~~
all of these IPNB referral pages, if you have something of your own, or find something by another author which would be ideal
for this page, please email it to me. (See bottom of page) I will be happy to post all relevant contributions.
The Human Brain Book: An Illustrated Guide to It's Structure, Function, and Disorders, by Rita Carter. This book has vivid illustrations which cover nearly every page. It is a large, hard-bound book that anyone can use as a
resource, and it makes a great coffee table book! Complete with a DVD on the structures of the brain.
The Female Brain, by Dr. Louann Brizendine "Why are women more verbal than men? Why do women remember details of fights that men can't remember at all? Why
do women tend to form deeper bonds with their female friends than men do with their male counterparts? These and other questions
have stumped both sexes throughout the ages. In The Female Brain, Dr. Brizendine distills all her findings and the latest information from the scientific community in a highly accessible
book that educates women about their unique brain/body/behavior. The result: women will come away from this book knowing
that they have a lean, mean, communicating machine. Men will develop a serious case of brain envy." Amazon
Elusive Peace by Doug Noll, discusses communication from a mindfulness approach, reflecting others' emotions, instead of their words.
Rewire Your Brain for Love: Creating Vibrant Relationships Using the Science of Mindfulness. Mindfulness Meditation + Latest Neuroscience = Better Relationships...A
neuropsychologist's exploration of mindfulness meditation and the brain. By Marsha Lucas, Ph.D.
It's only television...fiction, silly at times...but one of the few places you can see a man say "dorsal lateral orbito
frontal cortex" with a straight face. Eric McCormack plays a Neuroscience College Professor who is a Paranoid Schizophrenic.
Be entertained while enjoying neuroscience talk.
Hosted by the Guardian, Neurophilosophy is written by various contributing writers. My favorite is Mo
Costandi (you can follow him on Twitter too)...a self described "Neuroscientist turned writer..." He educates the
reader about everything from neuroplasticity to stroke to gender in the brain. While a bit technical at times, he can exercise
a dry wit that can be entertaining as well as informative.
Kevin Mitchell writes about "...current research and hypotheses relating to how the brain wires
itself up during development...genetic and neurodevelopmental bases of traits such as intelligence and personality characteristics..."
and various emotional and mental health conditions. Entertaining and very readable.
Inclusive information and resources from and about Dr. Daniel J. Siegel, who coined the term, Interpersonal
Neurobiology (IPNB). Dan Siegel defines IPNB as "...an interdisciplinary field which seeks to understand the mind and
mental health..." on his website (About/IPNB). Enjoy a vast reservoir of IPNB resources on his site. You'll feel like
you hit the mother-load!
Daniel Siegel walks the listener through a progressive meditation in his Wheel of Awareness. Siegel allows
the meditator to master this meditation process in three stages, each one deeper and more lengthy than the last. This is a
free service one can re-visit daily if so desired. Give it a try...click on the link above...all you need do is sit back,
relax and listen to Dan's voice as he guides you through his meditation process.
All entries to this page are solely an informational service on the
part of Margie Chance, LPC, and Heart Centered Psychotherapy. I am not responsible for the quality or content of these publications.
Please be certain to research them to your own satisfaction before purchasing them. You are responsible for your own viewing
~~ If you need more information, please don't hesitate to contact
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