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Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain (edição: 2015)

de Daniel J. Siegel MD (Autor)

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"An inside-out guide to the emerging adolescent mind, ages 12-24"--Jacket.
Membro:UUCharlottesville
Título:Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain
Autores:Daniel J. Siegel MD (Autor)
Informação:TarcherPerigee (2015), Edition: Illustrated, 352 pages
Coleções:Parenting Books
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Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain de Daniel J. Siegel (Author)

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Entre los 12 y los 24 años el cerebro se transforma de manera decisiva y, con frecuencia, complicada. En Tormenta cerebral Daniel J. Siegel desmantela una serie de mitos populares sobre la adolescencia, por ejemplo, que es una simple fase de «inmadurez» llena de comportamientos a menudo «enloquecidos, para descubrir cómo, en realidad, es una etapa trascendental de nuestras vidas a la hora de trazar la trayectoria del adulto que acabaremos siendo. Basándose en sólidas investigaciones recientes en el campo de la neurobiología interpersonal, explora emocionantes caminos en los que entender cómo funciona el cerebro puede mejorar las vidas de los adolescentes y hacer sus relaciones más satisfactorias y menos solitarias y perturbadoras a ambos lados de la brecha generacional.
  bibliest | May 13, 2019 |
Blah. The author uses many words to convey some pretty simple and much previously covered thoughts and ideas. The message is basically "reflect, meditate and connect" along with some acronym-powered tools and exercises to accomplish that. You can probably find a 2000 word blog post somewhere that is just as helpful as this 300 page book. ( )
  ndpmcIntosh | Mar 21, 2016 |
Neuroscience based parenting guide. Brainstorm refers to the explosive brain growth teenagers experience. The rapid growth of brain wiring is followed by severe "pruning", the dying off of unused neural wires. New neural structures which hold newly learned information die off if they don't get reinforced.
  MarkBaumann | Aug 8, 2015 |
A friend recommended another book by Daniel Siegel called Mindsight, but my library didn't have that on audio so I picked this up instead. Brainstorm turned out to be a tour de force of psychology in its own right, showing how the adolescent mind and brain work, and why, and drawing valuable lessons for the adult mind as well. Siegel covers a lot of territory, and in quite a bit of depth, and most of the material is first rate.

I particularly appreciated his discussion of the importance of integration, both in the brain and the mind, and even in our interpersonal relationships. He did take it a bit far in his conclusion with his concept of "MWe", but he does qualify it somewhat in response to a student's objection, and most of the material is so good that I can let it slide with only this slight demur. I will definitely be picking up Mindsight now.

http://www.amazon.com/review/R31SQHZL7FZ13V ( )
  AshRyan | Feb 24, 2015 |
Firstly and as usual, I received this book for the ripe sum of nothing via a giveaway, this time from Shelf Awareness. Despite that kind consideration from all involved my candid opinions follow below. To extend the preamble a bit, this book wasn't quite what I expected. Because of that I'm going to keep the value judgments to a minimum and instead just try to describe what the book tries to be. It's up to you whether it's what you want to be reading or not. I just make with the descriptions.

What I expected out of this book was something rather harder and more rooted in science. The book jacket says it's based on the latest research and I have no doubt that's the case but none of that research seems to have made its way directly into the book. Instead what you have is very soft and results-based approach to the topic. So if you're expecting data on brain chemistry changes through the adolescent years then, like me, you'll likely be disappointed. Instead you'll get instruction through analogy with concepts like "Mindsight" and the "Wheel of Awareness". This all seemed a bit soft to me but I suspect that for the majority of the population this sort of 'softness' is actually a ringing endorsement. Siegel has made a decidedly complex topic easily readable and provides parents with the tools they need to deal with a historically difficult period of parenthood.

Even more usefully, the doctor doesn't just dole out information but provides mental exercises the reader can perform to help internalize the lesson being taught and make it easier to implement personal changes. His text is also filled with abundant anecdotes from his own practice to reinforce the idea that the situations parents face are far from unique and have been dealt with successfully in the past. All in all this is an exceptionally well-balanced book unless you're looking for something a bit more dense and scientific. ( )
  slavenrm | Oct 13, 2013 |
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