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Conditions for Optimal Brain Function

  • Kate LanzEmail author
  • Paul Brown
Chapter
Part of the The Neuroscience of Business book series (TNoB)

Abstract

Drawing on data about the biological bases of behaviour, notably Schwaab (We Are Our Brains, 2014), this next chapter is how then to release brain power. It moves into sense-making in the brain, perception, epigenetics and consequent behaviour modified by brain-sex, driven by the eight basic emotions and associated neurochemistry for survive and thrive and flow.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BedfordUK
  2. 2.VientianeLaos

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