Thursday, March 09, 2006


Reality Check

Reality Check reveals how stunning advances in such fields as genetics, neurobiology, and physics are showing us that we don’t know nearly as much as we thought we knew.

* The biological reason why people are able to push your emotional buttons
* How god may be a neurochemical reaction in our brains
* How millenniums-old brain biology drives everything from CEO management style to baseball slumps
* How adoptive parents are genetically related to their adoptive children
* Why our brains are hard-wired to give us the potential for self-improvement and success, and how to make both more likely
* How to induce happiness, why moderate levels of guilt may be good for your health, and other startling revelations about emotional biology

Reality Check gets us thinking about the nature of power and status, human potential and spirituality, and everyday behavior in new ways—from the perspective of science. The fresh, sometimes quirky, and entertaining information in this book has ramifications for parents, managers, educators, and everyone else interested in getting the most out of others and themselves.

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