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❴PDF / Epub❵ ☉ Touch Author David J. Linden – Arnepistol.co The New York Times bestselling author examines how our sense of touch and emotion are interconnectedJohns Hopkins neuroscientist and bestselling author of The Compass of Pleasure David J Linden preseThe New York Times bestselling author examines how our sense of touch and emotion are interconnectedJohns Hopkins neuroscientist and bestselling author of The Compass of Pleasure David J Linden presents an engaging and fascinating examination of how the interface between our sense of touch and our emotional responses affects our social interactions as well as our general health an.

D development Accessible in its wit and clarity Touch explores scientific advances in the understanding of touch that help explain our sense of self and our experience of the worldFrom skin to nerves to brain the organization of the body’s touch circuits powerfully influences our lives—affecting everything from consumer choice to sexual intercourse tool use to the origins of la.

touch pdf Touch KindleD development Accessible in its wit and clarity Touch explores scientific advances in the understanding of touch that help explain our sense of self and our experience of the worldFrom skin to nerves to brain the organization of the body’s touch circuits powerfully influences our lives—affecting everything from consumer choice to sexual intercourse tool use to the origins of la.

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MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co David J Linden PhD is a Professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine His laboratory has worked for many years on the cellular substrates of memory storage in the brain and a few other topics He has a longstanding interest in scientific communication and served for many years as the Chief Editor of the Journal of Neurophysiology He is the au

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  1. Mark Mark says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleDid you know our bodies have one set of nerve fibers that respond only to caresses?Or that the areas of our skin without hair are very limited lips palms parts of our sexual organs?Or that our brains can actually send signals to our spines that either exacerbate or alleviate the pain we feel?These and dozens of other fascinating insights are part of Linden's book which takes you on a tour through the one of our five senses that often gets the least attention The book delves into technical territory at times with its detailed descriptions of different sensory nerves and how they function but it's written with clarity wit and a pleasing diversity of subject matter Here you learn not only about the basics of touch but sexual touch touch illusions pain and pleasure and a whole chapter on itching and scratching a phenomenon that is still not completely understood and which includes a shocking photo of a woman who had such an overpowering itch at the top of her f


  2. Nicky Nicky says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleTouch is a pretty fascinating book delving into the importance of the sense of touch for us and what it would mean to lose that sense It’s not just losing the sensation of your skin touching something after all touch receptors also play a part in interpreting pain heat etc In a way the book as a whole tells you about than just touch since it also gives a solid background in the nervous system and the brainIt’s also pretty focused on stuff like orgasms and sensual touching sometimes with fairly explicit and somewhat unnecessary examples eg a description of a couple having sex You may or may not find that helps your understanding; I found it intrusive to be told to imagine these things in which I have no interest Particularly as some of these descriptions are addressed to you the readerI felt that it got a bit scatterbrained at times — sometimes I felt that it wandered away from touch onto other aspects of our sensory experiences thoug


  3. James James says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleOn the one hand this was an interesting subject delivered in an accessible fashion by an enthusiastic author On the other it took me absolutely ages to get round to finishing it and I really had to concentrate fully on it something that I rarely have to doAs the title suggests this book was all about the sensation of touch particularly


  4. Islomjon Islomjon says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleTouch turned out to be a very interesting book in understanding the anatomy of how we feel touches Author brilliantly describes the mechanism of sudden special and painful touches explains how pain and itching occur Most notable part of the book is that it is not implicated with difficult information that you barely understand or after some minutes totally forget about; rather David Linden gives us overall information with vast number of imagesHowever there are some negative parts too that I did not like about For example the first chapter was redundant due to there author had counted several experiments to prove that touch has an important factor in our life I think it would be enough to include it in Introduction and contribute first chapter to some relevant information Another example yet very important is irritating real life stories about particular problems related to touches was also redundant and we could without problem understand what he is


  5. Bernie Gourley Bernie Gourley says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch Kindle“Touch” is a neuroscientist’s perspective on the human sense of touch and the profound impact it has on life in our species It’s a short book only about 200 pages of substantive text arranged into eight chapters The first chapter considers the role that our sense of touch plays in our lives as social animals There are a number of studies described in this chapter but I’ll cite only two that I think give an idea of what the chapter is all about The first considers why a person holding a cold coffee is likely to be viewed negatively than if that same person was holding a hot coffee after a handshake The second reports that survey takers in a mall were likely to gain compliance if they engaged in gentle casual and non creepy touch—eg fingers to forearmThe second chapter explores the combination of sensors we have in our skin—particularly in our fingers that allow us to conduct feats of dexterity that while we take them for granted are phenomenally difficult


  6. Marykatherine Anthony Marykatherine Anthony says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleIt's refreshing to read a book in science that is not only written with personality but also whole heartedly a SCIENCE book I find that many of these books end up being about the scientist's life and accomplishments However this one is different and I enjoyed it greatly


  7. Betsy Betsy says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleUpdate Bailed Maybe reading instead of listening would be better so there could be skimmingInitial thoughtsUm Every chapter there's something unrelated to the subject that annoys me So far the author has unironically uoted Lolita downplayed unwanted touch and referred to a harem I enjoyed the Pleasure book so I'll try a little but I might not make it through


  8. Ikmal Fitri (iikmalreads) Ikmal Fitri (iikmalreads) says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleThe astonishing secrets of our senses and how to harness them to change your personal and professional life Touch David J LindenThe synopsis and the blurbs of this book caug


  9. Nicole Nicole says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleThis book was terrible None of the narrative flair or accessibility of neuroscientists like Norman Doidge Incredibly boring It's one of those books that walks right up to the line of interestingaaaand end chapter Every timeAnd so many we just don't know cop outs I've read a lot of science books about a lot of ambiguous subjects the best ones at least offer informed hypotheses even if than one Throwing up your we just don't know hands is lazy I think he was really only interested in writing the parts about intimacy and sexual touch and his editors made him expand it because the rest of it felt pretty mailed in


  10. Viewpoints Radio Viewpoints Radio says:

    MOBI Touch ePUB ☆ ñ arnepistol.co touch pdf, Touch KindleThe sense of touch is taken for granted Most of us do not realize that the sense of touch conveys emotion than any other sense because it has its own emotional wiring system David J Linden dives into this sense in this book and gives us all a


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