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The Biology of Desire: why addiction is not a disease (英语) 平装 – 2016年7月14日

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  • 出版社: Scribe Publications (2016年7月14日)
  • 平装: 256页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 1925228770
  • 条形码: 9781925228779
  • 商品尺寸: 12.9 x 1.8 x 19.8 cm
  • 商品重量: 240 g
  • ASIN: 1925228770
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'A courageous and much needed voice in rethinking addiction - Lewis takes addiction out of a disease model and reframes it as a negative outcome of neuroplasticity. This model provides realistic hope, given that what has been learnt can be unlearnt by harnessing the principles of neuroplasticity. Through his intimate personal and professional knowledge of addiction, Lewis reframes our understanding of its mechanisms and nature in a way that is empowering.' -- Barbara Arrowsmith-Young author of the international bestseller The Woman Who Changed Her Brain 'Clear, insightful, and necessary.' -- Johann Hari, author of Chasing the Scream 'Marc Lewis provides a wonderful mix of biography, psychology, and neuroscience to explain desire and addiction in a new way. It will stimulate thinking about our approaches to addiction and desire. His writing is accessible, personal, and captivating.' -- David Roland author of How I Rescued My Brain 'This is the real story of "this is your brain on drugs", but one that provides a refreshing, convincing alternative to the widespread traditional disease-model view of addiction. Through compelling stories of real people who struggled with various addictions, Lewis lucidly makes the case for a new science-based understanding of what causes and sustains addiction. Most important, it offers far more positivity about ways out of addiction than those offered by traditional treatment, providing hope for those struggling as well as for their loved ones.' -- Anne M. Fletcher, MS, RD author of Sober for Good and Inside Rehab '[L]ooks at how addiction and brain science collide, and how understanding our brains can help addicts get out of the abyss ... [A] very readable, often touching, gateway into the universe of neuroscience and the shadowland of addiction.' -- Richard Ferguson Sydney Morning Herald 'Informed by unparalleled neuroscientific insight and written with his usual flare, Marc Lewis's The Biology of Desire effectively refutes the medical view of addiction as a primary brain disease. A bracing and informative rebuke of the muddle that now characterizes public and professional discourse on this topic.' -- Dr. Gabor Mate, MD author of In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters With Addiction 'Highly readable and plausible illustration of current ideas about addiction from behavioural neuroscience and clinical perspectives by the use of vivid case histories.' -- Trevor Robbins Head of Psychology Department, Cambridge University 'Marc Lewis's new book neatly links current thinking about addiction with neuroscience theory and artfully selected biographies. Ex-addicts, we learn, are not "cured", rather they have become more connected to others, wiser, and more in touch with their own humanity. This is a hopeful message that has, as Lewis demonstrates, the advantage of also being true.' -- Gene Heyman author of Addiction: Disorder of Choice 'Whether you are looking for a foundation in the neuroscience of addiction, guidelines for recovery or just hope that recovery is possible, it's all here. The scientific information is presented in the context of day-to-day behavior and the lives of individuals you will come to care about. You'll learn more about neuroscience (and human development and psychology) than you may have thought possible. Informed by this book, you'll see how neuroscience explains addiction as a part of life, rather than a mysterious entity only experts can understand.' -- Tom Horvath President of Practical Recovery and SMART Recovery, and author of Sex, Drugs, Gambling & Chocolate: A Workbook for Overcoming Addictions '[The book's] success lies in its ability to communicate complex ideas in a way that will engage you and move you and sometimes make you laugh ... a very readable, often touching, gateway into the universe of neuroscience and the shadowland of addiction.' Esperance Express

作者简介

Dr Marc Lewis is a neuroscientist and professor of developmental psychology, now teaching at Radboud University in the Netherlands after more than twenty years on faculty at the University of Toronto. He has authored or co-authored more than fifty journal articles in neuroscience and developmental psychology. Presently, he speaks and blogs on topics in addiction science, and his critically acclaimed book, Memoirs of an Addicted Brain: a neuroscientist examines his former life on drugs, is the first to blend memoir and science in addiction studies.


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