400 pages, 9 x 6
Embodied Connections Versus Common Knowledge
By Digby Tantam
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Arguing that our brains are wirelessly connected though non-verbal communication, Digby Tantam presents research to show how our brains are linked in unexpected ways and the implications this has for our understanding of criminal behaviour, autism spectrum disorders, relationships and more.
RELATED TOPICS: Counselling, Psychology & Psychiatry
Digby Tantam is honorary consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist for Sheffield Health Care NHS Foundation Trust, an Emeritus Professor at the University of Sheffield, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of Autism Spectrum Disorders Through the Life Span and Can the World Afford Autistic Spectrum Disorder? and is based in Sheffield, UK.
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