Joachim Bauer. Pain Threshold. On the origin of everyday and global violence. Original Title: Schmerzgrenze. Hardcover with jacket, pages, x cm, . Apr. Read a free sample or buy Schmerzgrenze by Joachim Bauer. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic.
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Jkachim is the author of several scientific non-fiction books. Bauer presents the recent findings of genetic research and shapes a new view on the possible remodeling of the genomic architecture and the importance of intrinsic, non-random modifications of the genome for the evolution of organisms.
A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject. Auch Armut kann eine Erfahrung an der Schmerzgrenze sein.
Martin rated it it was amazing May 12, The “aggression drive”, that portentous invention of Sigmund Freud and Konrad Lorenz, declares violence to be a firm constant in human nature. Bauer is the author of several scientific non-fiction books. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Manfred rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Abschied vom DarwinismusBauer presents the recent findings of genetic research and shapes a new view on the possible remodeling of the genomic architecture and the importance of intrinsic, sch,erzgrenze modifications of the jachim for the evolution of organisms.
Charlotte rated it liked it Dec 16, This books reasures me in my impression that humans as such are cooperative, social and egalitarian beings and that violence is not their true nature. Elias marked it as to-read Jun 21, In this way, genes help control the “self-transformation” of an organism by making use of transposition elements, also known as ‘ transposons ‘ in genetics, “which can effect the remodeling of the own genome”.
Return to Book Page. Matthias Breunlein rated it liked it Aug joachum, Well after reading this, I have to rethink this. Please discuss further on the talk page.
Based on the newest neurological developments and findings the author explains how aggression a comes to exist b what is the difference between aggresion and response to an negative stimulus like pain or social deprivation and violence a response to pain that is not adressed towards the agressor but towards a victim who has nothing to do with the pain in the first place as well as c all the myths about how violence can’t be he I liked this book a lot and found it to be very informative.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Joachim Bauer has exposed the myth of the aggression drive, and presents a new conception of the phenomenon of violence based on the latest neuroscientific theories. Eliah Giezendanner marked it as to-read Aug 28, In Bauer moved to the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at Freiburg University Medical School, where he supervised the Clinic “Ambulance” for many years and continued with his scientific work.
After finishing his study of medicine Bauer was promoted to doctor of medicine at the University of Freiburg in Poverty also means exclusion and humiliation, especially when it spreads in the face of wealth.
But the pain threshold in the brain is different to what we had hitherto thought it to be. Sheer brutality in full public view, school shootings, deadly ethnic conflicts and wars for diminishing natural resources — the phenomenon of aggression is growing ever more urgent and we are finding it frightening. Barbara added it Feb 17, Nephista rated it it was amazing Sep 19, This pretty much shook up my dorming impression like pretty much most of schmerzyrenze I guess that violence is part of human behaviour and can’t be helped.
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German molecular biologists German neuroscientists births Living people. At the Department of Psychiatray, Bauer, beside doing his work as a MD on clinical floors, established and led neurobiological laboratories. During these years, Bauer, beside working as a MD on clinical floors, established and led a biochemical laboratory where he continued to investigate different aspects of the inflammatory response of the host. Zeem rated it liked it Aug 06, Neurobiologybook author.
Refresh and try again. Led by his increasing interests in interactions between the immune system and the brain, Bauer moved to the department of psychiatry of the Freiburg University Medical School. Moreover, he addresses the neurobiological aspects underlying the increasing incidence of the burnout syndrome and other work-related psychological disorders. Anja Reimers rated it it was amazing May 09, Joachim Bauer Joachim Bauer. Besonders interessant ist Kapitel 4: Bauer explains the mirror neurons system of the brain and its significance the ability of human to engage in interpersonal relationships, to understand what others do and to experience phenomena such as emotional contagion.
Kathi rated it it was amazing Oct 24, Rather, as “communicators and cooperators”, genes help control the “self-transformation” of an organism by making use of transposition elements, also known as ‘ transposons ‘ in genetics, “which can effect the remodeling of the own genome”.