Cognitive And Neuroscientific Aspects Of Human Love: A Guide For Marriage And Couples Counseling (Psychology Of Emotions, Motivations And Actions Series)
Cognitive and Neuroscientific Aspects of Human Love: A Guide for Marriage and Couples Counseling (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions Series)
This book is about the science of human love, and the authors do a thorough and illuminating job discussing it. But to many people, wise and important as well as ordinary and work-a-day, love encompasses much more than any scientific treatment of it could offer. Having taught many courses over the years on love, marriage and family psychology, Dr Emener and Dr Lambos often have asked their students, both young and old, many newly graduated with their bachelor's degree and some who held doctorates in other subjects, what the term love meant to them. About the Author William A. Lambos, Ph.D., is chief cognitive neuroscientist and a partner of CNS Wellness, Florida, an integrated healthcare practice specializing in the brain-based treatment of mental health and developmental learning issues.William G. Emener, Ph.D., is a distinguished research professor emeritus in, and the former chair of, the Department of Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling and a former associate dean at the University of South Florida, Tampa.
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|Author||William A. Lambos|
|Publisher||Nova Science Publishers, Inc.|
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