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Neuropsychological Behavioral Evidence, 2nd Edition: People are Slaves of Their Genetic Compositions

by:
Philip A. Ikomi (Author)

ISBN: 1-4958-0306-6 ©2014
Price: $31.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 294 pages
Category/Subject: PSYCHOLOGY / Neuropsychology

In this one-of-a-kind book, the author takes the reader through the evolutionary progression from the single celled protozoan to the complex multi-cellular human detailing how in the lowliest of organisms we could see the beginnings of intelligence. He then shows the reader that humans, though extremely intelligent, are, like other animals, highly dependent on their genetic compositions. He pursues this theme by showing that in many different areas of life--the diseases that we are afflicted with, the success or failure that we achieve in sports, the functioning of our internal milieu-- are beyond our personal control.

Abstract:
In this one-of-a-kind book, the author takes the reader through the evolutionary progression from the single celled protozoan to the complex multi-cellular human detailing how in the lowliest of organisms we could see the beginnings of intelligence. He then shows the reader that humans, though extremely intelligent, are, like other animals, highly dependent on their genetic compositions. He pursues this theme by showing that in many different areas of life--the diseases that we are afflicted with, the success or failure that we achieve in sports, the functioning of our internal milieu-- are beyond our personal control.

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