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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Moreover, he addresses the neurobiological aspects underlying the increasing incidence of the burnout syndrome and other work-related psychological disorders. Anne added it Mar 17, 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 helped that have been proven wrong but nonetheless are still circulated.
Bauer summarizes his findings of modern neurobiology on the development of human aggression and violence. Zeem rated it liked it Aug 06, He teaches as a professor at the University of Freiburg. New insights into the phenomenon of aggression. 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, non-random modifications of the genome for the evolution of organisms.
Views Read Edit View history. Aug 02, Helena rated it it was amazing. In Das kooperative Gen. Books by Joachim Bauer. There he underwent and finished his residency in psychiatry and, vor the second time, received habilitation.
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. 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 joacchim remodeling of the own genome”.
Refresh and try again. Hoffmann und Campe, Hamburg Kathi rated it it was amazing Oct 24, A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Bauer’s books, resulting from his neuropbiological and psychosomatic experiences as e medicine, deal with human work, relationship, school and evolution.
Schmerzgrenzevom Ursprung Alltäglicher Und Globaler Gewalt by Joachim Bauer
The evolutionary reason for aggression is for us to protect ourselves against pain being caused to us. Michaela rated it it was amazing Oct 14, But the pain threshold in the brain is different to what we had hitherto thought it to be.
Spracherwerb rated it liked it Mar 21, 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.
Elias marked it as to-read Jun 21, Want to Read saving…. Barbara added it Feb 17, Joachim Bauer publication list. Hoffmann und Campe Resources like water, food and raw materials are in ever shorter supply on our planet.
Transposons operate according to their intrinsic rules. Semiotec marked it baudr to-read May 04, 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. Max marked it as to-read Dec 14, Nephista rated it it was amazing Sep 19,