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Mind-Body Medicine Audiobook

Mind-Body Medicine: The New Science of Optimal Health

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Publisher's Summary

Cutting-edge research on the brain's interaction with the body shows that health is directly impacted by our social environments, socioeconomic status, culture, behaviors, relationships, psychological states, and habits of mind, among many factors.

Mind-body medicine - working in partnership with traditional medical practice - uses a large range of psychological, physical, and behavioral treatments in a model of health care that aims to treat the whole human being. It provides highly effective resources for prevention and treatment of a wide spectrum of medical conditions-and for fostering the ultimate goals of health care: truly optimal and lasting physical health, as well as emotional and psychological well-being.

In these 36 revealing lectures, Professor Satterfield offers you a comprehensive overview of the field. You'll look in depth at the anatomical and biological systems through which what is "outside" in the environment gets "inside" to affect our minds and bodies. You'll also examine recent research on subjects ranging from the impact our emotions and psychology have on health to the crucial roles that social, cultural, and behavioral factors play. And you'll learn about effective mind-body treatments for many common medical conditions and diseases. Finally, you'll finish the course with a tool box of ideas and interventions for your personal wellness goals, empowering you to partner more effectively with your medical providers and maximize your own health.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2013 The Great Courses; 2013 The Teaching Company, LLC

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    "Worth a read for anyone with interest in medical"

    Very good series of lectures gripping and provides a good knowledge of few of the modern day diseases.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    Elsie 10-11-15
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    "Thorough and immediately helpful. Excellent."

    I am looking forward to Jason's other publications. This material ties together well and I learned something new every day.
    The combination of real life scenarios and science make for an easy integrated approach to what would otherwise be some quite difficult subject matter.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    Jonathan 06-26-16
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    "5 star from a psychologist in training"

    I am bearing the end of my academic training for a PhD in clinical psychology with training in Health Psychology. This lecture series is a great supplement and review to our training. Dr. Satterfield explains all complex topics fully for the average person to understand and constantly reviews past topics that are relevant. This lecture series is a treasure trove of knowledge. However, if you are looking for self-help, (a) this covers a wide range of topics that may not be relevant for you and (b) this includes very few exercises.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Julie Ann M Peeples 05-31-16 Member Since 2015
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    "Loved it!"

    Really informative. The presentation was easy to follow, eye opening, and entertaining. Worth your time.

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    stephanie e graham-lyda 05-28-16 Member Since 2012
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    "Very informative"

    Professor Jason M. Satterfield made each topic very engaging. When I reached the end of the book. My mind said this is it, finish so soon. Really put a light on key area and how our body systems work together as a whole.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Tracey M. Stein Washington, DC Metro 05-23-16
    Tracey M. Stein Washington, DC Metro 05-23-16 Member Since 2014

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    "Great Courses are Great."

    It took a month but well worth the 45 lectures on physio-psychology connection. Good foundation and then a clearly defined sections that rolled it together. Off to another Great Course lecture series.

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    "Not for Lay Persons"
    Is there anything you would change about this book?

    Too much info and too much technical terminology.


    What was most disappointing about The Great Courses’s story?

    Too long and drawn out for an audio book,


    What three words best describe Professor Jason M. Satterfield’s performance?

    Good voice and seems genuine.


    Did Mind-Body Medicine inspire you to do anything?

    Yes, listen to other books that are not so in depth but on the same track.


    Any additional comments?

    Really wanted to like this book but it was just too much. I felt like I needed the study guide, to take notes and review the notes while not driving in the car to grasp the concepts.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Manki 01-06-15
    Manki 01-06-15 Member Since 2015
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    "The narration made it so hard to keep listening"

    There were just too many technical terms and the narration was like a boring college classroom. The audiobook is probably useful for people who already know a little about how brain works and the various hormones that influence our mood/behaviour. As someone totally new, I just couldn't follow. Narrator's monotone didn't help much in keeping me engaged either.

    6 of 9 people found this review helpful
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    Jack 07-16-16
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    "Excellent!"

    Loved it! You can hear the compassion in his voice as he speaks on the topics.

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    B. P. 07-10-16
    B. P. 07-10-16
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    "Excellent"

    Provided insights and instruction that I believe has relevance to my life, my family, my community and my work. Fast paced, well presented, backed with great examples and studies.
    This might be the first audio book that I'm planning to listen to again.

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    "Informative, compelling, thought-provoking"
    Would you listen to Mind-Body Medicine again? Why?

    There is so much to take in, I have listened to some lectures more than once. It is great to have the written materials to go with it as they provide the reference details for studies, questionnaires and research mentioned.


    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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