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The Expectation Effect

How Your Mindset Can Transform Your Life - 1000 - 18916076

Taschenbuch von David Robson

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Artikel-Nr.:
94908635
Im Sortiment seit:
08.01.2022
Erscheinungsdatum:
06.01.2022
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Autor:
Robson, David
Verlag:
Canongate Books Ltd.
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Psychologie
Psychologische Ratgeber
Seiten:
296
Herkunft:
GROSSBRITANNIEN (GB)
Gewicht:
380 gr
Beschreibung
Did you know that people who believe in the benefits of ageing live longer? That the symptoms of disease can spread through the power of suggestion alone? That lucky charms really do improve athletes' performance? And counterintuitively, even if you know about all these effects, you can still harness them to live a healthier and better life?

This is a book about the benefits of magical thinking, but grounded in real science. It is about the cutting-edge research happening right now in psychology and neuroscience that suggests our brain is a prediction machine that projects its expectations onto the world, changing our reality. And excitingly, it is about how this ?Expectation Effect' goes far beyond medical placebos, encompassing things like sleep, intelligence, learning, ageing and exercise. As David Robson shows through great narrative stories and fascinating studies, there are practical, evidence-based ways that we can all do our own magical thinking to improve our lives.
Information zum Autor
David Robson is an award-winning science journalist. His first book, The Intelligence Trap, has been sold for translation in 15 languages. Previously an editor and senior journalist at BBC Future, Robson is now a freelance journalist; his writing has appeared in the Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Atlantic, Washington Post and more.