Biocognition via paradigm shifts

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Mar 31, 2013, 6:43:00 AM3/31/13
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Neuropsychologist, Mario Martinez in his audio book "Mind Body Code:
How the Mind Wounds and Heals the Body" uses "paradigm shifts" , based
on Thomas Khun's "Structure of Scientific Revolutions", in his attempt
to explain how cultures shape our health.

I find some of his studies/findings/interpretations really
fascinating:

a) "Your age is not your health" - New England centenarian study shows
that people in their 90's become healthier due to the reversal
process. According to study, what people who live to be hundred and
beyond have in common: they hardly ever went to doctor or took any
pills.

b) High incidents of diabetes among Tibetans.

c) Cultural-psycho-immunology: Immune system is not a protector. It is
a confirmer.

d) Epigenetic - genes are constantly evolving in the environment.

e) Anger can be very healthy emotion as it can increase healthy blood
cells - rebelliousness as wisdom.

Anyway, here are some links:

http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/89464

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2Duu9JO6vg


Neuropsychologist, Mario Martinez in his audio book "Mind Body Code:
How the Mind Wounds and Heals the Body" uses "paradigm shifts" , based
on Thomas Khun's "Structure of Scientific Revolutions", in his attempt
to explain how cultures shape our health.

I find some of his studies/findings/interpretations really
fascinating:

a) "Your age is not your health" - New England centenarian study shows
that people in their 90's become healthier due to the reversal
process. According to study, what people who live to be hundred and
beyond have in common: they hardly ever went to doctor or took any
pills.

b) High incidents of diabetes among Tibetans.

c) Cultural-psycho-immunology: Immune system is not a protector. It is
a confirmer.

d) Epigenetic - genes are constantly evolving in the environment.

e) Anger can be very healthy emotion as it can increase healthy blood
cells - rebelliousness as wisdom.

Anyway, here are some links:

http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/89464

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2Duu9JO6vg


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