What takes place in our brains during motivation, jealousy, psychosis, phobias, pain, and poverty? How do our brains deal with forgetfulness, depression, moral action, creativity, and ADHD? These are just a few of the 100 questions that are addressed in this book. The answers to these questions provide insight into the workings and changeability of our brains and contain examples like Einstein, Mata Hari, Ulrike Meinhof, Messi, Sven Kramer, Amy Winehouse and many others who passed away. Each theme is introduced by an overview of images. This is an understandable book for anyone interested in the mechanisms of the brain and behavior. Jacob de Wilde is engaged in research into the causes and influencing factors of behavior. His experience is in the field of behavioral problems in school children, adolescents and adults. In explaining causes of behavioral problems, he focuses on the findings of brain research. In conversations with students and other interested parties, he took stock of a hundred questions about brains and behavior. He has co-authored a book on identity development.
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