The biology of love

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Prometheus Books, Publishers, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 364 pages
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The founder of Primal Therapy and author of The Primal Scream presents a unified theory of psychology and brain chemistry. Based on his long experience as a therapist and evidence from psychology and neurology, he explains how love significantly affects not only psychological well-being but also physical health and personality traits. He focuses on the pre-natal experience and birth trauma.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
13
The Structure of the Brain
23
The Thinking Mans Brain
34
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About the author (2000)

Arthur Janov is founder and director of The Primal Center in Venice, Calif. Janov has a B.A. and M.S.W. in psychiatric social work from the University of California at Los Angeles and a Ph.D in psychology from Claremont Graduate School. Janov is the originator of primal therapy. His 1970 book The Primal Scream first explained the theory to the general public. Some of his other books include Imprints and Why You Get Sick and How You Get Well.

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