Los Angleles, CA United States | Member Since 2014
Each 21 talks, built upon the other in salient information & emotional intensity, Dr. Hinshaw carefully pulled his tightly woven fabric from 21 previous sectional topics, stepping into is crescendo in 22 & 23, where all tears & remaining promises become actualized.
The depth, breath, & magnitude of issues presented, busted further during the 2 concluding lectures, demonstrated a great, unusual familiarity with current scientific data, & synthesizing ideas & facts by his lectures.
Dr. Hinshaw skillfully demonstrated, the exact qualities other academics, many amongst our leading minds, lack in professionals breath, in-depth understanding, rare in intellectual character & maturity.
Already familiar with topic, never expected to pick up new data. I'm impressed with Hinshaw's personal appeal for narrative integration of Self with learned content.
Mental health professionals & academics, such as Hinshaw, are notorious for saying one thing & doing another. This is not the case for Dr. Hinshaw's neuro-phenomenological perspective wherein knowledge is cognitively embedded & embodied, plus holds these values overtly & includes message in his lectures.
Any friend looking for an idealized view of inverasity from a folk psychological perspective; this would be the perfect title. Scott Peck has indeed taken "the road less traveled", since modern neuroscience began to inform us psychologically.
Peck's discussion of a dishonest patient.
Dr. Scott Peck brings a blast from the past. It was valuable for me to familiarize again, our culture's pre-scienticic era, circa 1880 to 1985. Dr. Peck is the cultural icon for the bygone era, that still serves our general population.
I am fairly sure this volume was adequate.
I hope the neuroscience texts will offer more actual insight in socially discordant people.
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