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Neuropsychology for Economists

eBook (PDF), 59 Pages
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Left brain dominance is presented in chapter 1 as a biological cause of stress characterised by rivalry, over-consumption and psychosomatic diseases; a contemproary threat to the whole ecosystem. Classic economic man as taught to students of economics disregard this problem. Formal education is insufficient to solve it. Chapter 2 is a health technology assessment of meditation as a broad-spectered means of de-stressing reducing blood pressure, addiction to stimulants as tobaco and alcohol, relief of anxiety increasing life-expectancy and quality of life. Score the cognitive style quiz and see if meditation is relevant to you! Chapter 3 guides advanced meditative development. Moreover, a logic of complementarities departing from Aristotle and related to the economic production function is stated as an alternative to our outdated quantum logic. Relevant to economists, physicians , psychologists and students as well as a working tool for specialists in Human Resource... More > Development.< Less
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Publisher
Torben Larsen
Published
November 4, 2011
Language
English
Pages
59
File Format
PDF
File Size
894.28 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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