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📒Brain Storm ✍ Rebecca M. Jordan-Young
✏Brain Storm Book Summary : Jordan-Young has written a stunning book that demolishes most of the science associated with the dominant paradigm of the development of sex and gender identity, behavior, and orientation. The current paradigm, brain organization theory, proposes: "Because of early exposure to different sex hormones, males and females have different brains"; and these hormones also create "gay" and "straight" brains. Jordan-Young interviewed virtually every major researcher in the field and reviewed hundreds of published scientific papers. Her conclusion: "Brain organization theory is little more than an elaboration of longstanding folk tales about antagonistic male and female essences and how they connect to antagonistic male and female natures." She explains, in exquisite detail, the flaws in the underlying science, from experimental designs that make no statistical sense to "conceptually sloppy" definitions of male and female sexuality, contradictory results, and the social construction of normality. Her conclusion that the patterns we see are far more complicated than previously believed and due to a wider range of variables will shake up the research community and alter public perception.
📒Brain Storm ✍ Laura Allen
✏Brain Storm Book Summary : "Brain Storm" is the story of Bruce and Laura Allen who, when confronted with the immeasurable challenges of brain injury, found courage, determination, and strength from God to forge through the seemingly insurmountable obstacles of Bruce's intense and often heartbreaking recovery. The overwhelming struggles that consumed the next year changed their lives forever. "Brain Storm" views these incredible hurdles through the separate eyes of both the survivor and the caregiver. It recounts how God miraculously led them through each step of the journey. This candid, intimate, and often humorous approach to recovery from brain injury will encourage and inspire readers-especially those who are currently traveling a similar path. You will learn why Bruce decided, "This has been the best year of my life." ""Brain Storm" is not just the story of a man's experience recovering from brain injury, but it is also one of loss, grief, acceptance, and transcendence to find one's purpose in life. This is a true testament to how fragile our lives are and how resilient we can be in the face of adversity. Bruce's story is an inspiration to me, his physician and friend, and will be to you as well." -Darryl L. Kaelin, MD "Bruce and Laura Allen have allowed us to journey with them in their remarkable, honest, painful, and miraculous story of faith, hope, and love. This is a must-read for anyone walking through extended physical suffering either as a patient, caregiver, or family member. You will laugh, cry, and rejoice-but most of all you will experience God." -Dr. Mark L. Walker
📒Brain Storm ✍ Amy Barber
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📒Brain Storm ✍ Richard Dooling
✏Brain Storm Book Summary : Attorney Joe Watson had never been to court except to be sworn in. He did legal research, investigating copyright infringement in video games (addressing such matters as: Did CarnageMaster plagiarize their beheading sequence from Greek SlaughterHouse?). He was a Webhead, a cybernerd doing support work for the lawyers in his firm who did go to court. And he was good at it. He was on track to become one of the youngest partners in the firm, and he was able--by a hair--to support his wife and children in an affluent neighborhood. Then he got notice that the tyrannical Judge Whittaker J. Stang had appointed him to defend James Whitlow, a small-time lowlife with a long rap sheet accused of a double hate crime: killing his wife's deaf black lover. When Watson stubbornly decides not to plead out his client, he is soon evicted from his comfortable life: His boss fires him, his wife leaves him and takes the children, and the Whitlow case begins to consume all of his time. He has only two allies--Rachel Palmquist, a beautiful, brainy neuroscientist with her own designs on his client and on Watson himself, and Myrna Schweich, a punk criminal-defense lawyer with orange hair who swears like a trooper and definitely inhales. Watson's finished. Or is he?To answer that question requires, among many other things, a brain scan for Watson in a state of strapped-down arousal, a Voice Transcription Device to eavesdrop on a dead deaf man's conversation, two chimpanzees who have no choice but to love each other, and a blind news vendor who demonstrates a real touch when it comes to making money. For all the Dickensian energy and humor of this ingenious story, Brain Storm also stands at the center of many modern controversies, from the death penalty and the circus atmosphere of criminal trials to neuroscientific and moral quandaries about sex, crime, and religion. Rachel tells Watson that free will is a fiction: "There's not much you can do about it if you're biologically predisposed to violence or sexual misbehavior. You just have to make the best of it, and try not to get caught." Once a deliberate yes-man at home and in the office, Joe Watson finds himself fighting not only to save his marriage and his career but also to hold intact his conviction that a person is more than a series of chemical reactions.
📒Brain Storm ✍ Edith Jones
✏Brain Storm Book Summary : “Brain Storm” is the deeply personal and inspirational account of the survivor of a brain tumor – a tumor the size of an orange. Be encouraged as Edith shares how faith and family helped her through the diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Be prepared to laugh and cry as Edith shares her remarkable journey. Doctors and nurses were transformed through Edith’s supernatural experiences; you will be too! “Brain Storm” will teach you… ·How faith grounds you when trauma comes to derail your dreams ·How being rooted and grounded in faith will carry you through the crisis ·How family is a critical part of rehabilitation ·How having a positive attitude works in your favor ·How your testimony can help you and others to overcome "Just by reading a few pages of “Brain Storm”, my wife and I were both crying. It showed the power of Almighty God working to cancel the problems that we are facing. The cross is the evidence of His love." Rev. Roosevelt “Rosey” and Cydnee Grier Former Los Angeles Ram and NFL Legend "This is a highly inspirational reflection by an amazingly strong survivor. It demonstrates the essential roles that hope, faith in God and the love of family play in overcoming even the most devastating circumstances. Edith’s tremendous warmth and humor shine through every page." Bill Milliken Founder of Communities In Schools, Inc. Author of “The Last Dropout” and “From the Rearview Mirror” "Edith Jones is a highly motivating force. She has a marvelous ability to reach down and lift up. She possesses the ability to soothe the soul of many who can’t speak for themselves. Her passionate love for family and community is infectious. Her spirit of encouragement has touched so many people. I strongly recommend and encourage each person to read “Brain Storm” who desires to grow and overcome difficulties." The Honorable Joanne C. Benson Maryland State Senate 24th Legislative District "Edith Jones literally changed the landscape of faith-based networking. She is a transformational leader, always on the cusp of what needs to happen in the times. Through this book, be inspired by a life that has been unequivocally favored by God." Rev. Michael C. Worsley Engagement Officer World Vision “Edith Jones in her book, “Brain Storm”, helps guide the reader through her journey from devastation to restoration. Every page is filled with a message of hope and tenacity that speaks volumes, to anyone facing any kind of daunting situation. Starting with the chapter appropriately titled, "Looking Back", and ending with, "Re-Entry to the New Normal". The reader is taken step-by-step; over the joys, laughter and tears of the author. You gain a complete understanding of all it took to make a woman of substance and endurance such as Edith Jones. Uplifting and vibrant, Edith's walk of faith is bound to inspire thousands of others to choose the same path of endurance and perseverance, that she chose.” Peggy Miller
📒Brainstorm ✍ Daniel J. Siegel MD
✏Brainstorm Book Summary : In this New York Times–bestselling book, Dr. Daniel Siegel shows parents how to turn one of the most challenging developmental periods in their children’s lives into one of the most rewarding. Between the ages of twelve and twenty-four, the brain changes in important and, at times, challenging ways. In Brainstorm, Dr. Daniel Siegel busts a number of commonly held myths about adolescence—for example, that it is merely a stage of “immaturity” filled with often “crazy” behavior. According to Siegel, during adolescence we learn vital skills, such as how to leave home and enter the larger world, connect deeply with others, and safely experiment and take risks. Drawing on important new research in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, Siegel explores exciting ways in which understanding how the brain functions can improve the lives of adolescents, making their relationships more fulfilling and less lonely and distressing on both sides of the generational divide.
📒Brainstorm ✍ Eric Maisel, PhD
✏Brainstorm Book Summary : It’s true: a mind is a terrible thing to waste. Yet that’s what we do when we spend our weekend — and neurons — reliving a workplace squabble, spend a family visit chewing over childhood issues, or spend hours beating ourselves up when someone brings one of our own long-held (but never worked on) ideas to fruition. This kind of obsessing gets us, like a hamster on a wheel, nowhere. But as noted creativity expert Eric Maisel asserts, obsessing productively leads to fulfillment rather than frustration. A productive obsession, whether an idea for a novel, a business, or a vaccine, is chosen deliberately and pursued with determination. In this provocative, practical guide, Maisel coaches you to use the tendency to obsess to your creative advantage, fulfilling both your promise and your promises to yourself.
📒Operation Brainstorm ✍ Simon Robert Sinclair
✏OPERATION BRAINSTORM Book Summary : In the 21st century the world had hit a crisis with mental health, the demands for caring for people with mental health conditions were dire. Few people wanted to take responsibility for anyone with any mental health problems, in the United States of America alone people with serious mental health conditions were falling through the cracks in the system. Victims had very little sympathy shown to them and often landed in emergency rooms, county jails and on the city streets. These so called 'lucky people' were ending up in the morgue according to U.S.A Today, a popular newspaper of this time. It was the year 2180 the world had changed as technology had advanced and scientists were inventing things that would have been thought impossible in the 20th century. However one of the most amazing inventions came from a Norwegian scientist called Jon Ulrichsen, he had created a machine that was capable of analysing and curing brain dysfunctions. Ulrichsen along with his daughter Kristina with assistance from other scientists put together an invention that Kristina named 'Brainstorm' it was like a scanning machine but did far more than this, it became multi- functional and even cured such things as Alzheimer's type dementia, vascular dementia and repaired brain damage. The invention was revolutionary but it appealed to not only scientists and surgeons but terrorists who planned to steal the equipment and kidnap the scientists so that they could use the equipment to take over governments all over the world. It was decided by the world powers that Brainstorm was too dangerous and had to be destroyed along with the scientists. Both the Americans and the Russians formed their own strategies to destroy the equipment and the Americans called the mission 'Operation Brainstorm'
📒Brain Storm ✍ Derek Woolley
✏Brain Storm Book Summary : Resource for primary school teachers containing graded worksheets presenting a variety of problems, involving making connections, trialling, experimenting and understanding. Includes teaching hints and solutions. The authors other publications include TGot It: Break Through to Problem Solving'.
📒Brain Storm Optimization Algorithms ✍ Shi Cheng
✏Brain Storm Optimization Algorithms Book Summary : Brain Storm Optimization (BSO) algorithms are a new kind of swarm intelligence method, which is based on the collective behavior of human beings, i.e., on the brainstorming process. Since the introduction of BSO algorithms in 2011, many studies on them have been conducted. They not only offer an optimization method, but could also be viewed as a framework of optimization techniques. The process employed in the algorithms could be simplified as a framework with two basic operations: the converging operation and the diverging operation. A “good enough” optimum could be obtained through recursive solution divergence and convergence. The resulting optimization algorithm would naturally have the capability of both convergence and divergence. This book is primarily intended for researchers, engineers, and graduate students with an interest in BSO algorithms and their applications. The chapters cover various aspects of BSO algorithms, and collectively provide broad insights into what these algorithms have to offer. The book is ideally suited as a graduate-level textbook, whereby students may be tasked with the study of the rich variants of BSO algorithms that involves a hands-on implementation to demonstrate the utility and applicability of BSO algorithms in solving optimization problems.