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"The Joy of Being Eaten," subtitled: "Journeys into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain" is a science fiction novel based on psychology, and includes (1) the newest factual brain-imaging research that reads the mind (Professor Jack Gallant -- see demonstration video at http: //gallantlab.org), (2) triune brain evolution of "The Joy of Being Eaten," subtitled: "Journeys into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain" is a science fiction novel based on psychology, and includes (1) the newest factual brain-imaging research that reads the mind (Professor Jack Gallant -- see demonstration video at http: //gallantlab.org), (2) triune brain evolution of layers of the brain (Paul MacLean, late Senior Research Scientist at National Institute of Mental Health), (3) the paleoanthropology of the Homo erectus people, (4) the neuroscience of the holograms of the mind (Professor Karl Pribram), and (5) the artificial intelligence of tomorrow. "The Joy" is the story of two young women who journey into the ancient layers of the brain to experience 200 million years of "deep autobiographical memory" that includes our reptilian past and the Homo erectus people (http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobiographica...). This strongly science-based novel is an excellent supplemental reader for college-level courses in psychology, anthropology, computer science, and physics, or a helpful reader for anyone undergoing any of the psychological therapies.


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"The Joy of Being Eaten," subtitled: "Journeys into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain" is a science fiction novel based on psychology, and includes (1) the newest factual brain-imaging research that reads the mind (Professor Jack Gallant -- see demonstration video at http: //gallantlab.org), (2) triune brain evolution of "The Joy of Being Eaten," subtitled: "Journeys into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain" is a science fiction novel based on psychology, and includes (1) the newest factual brain-imaging research that reads the mind (Professor Jack Gallant -- see demonstration video at http: //gallantlab.org), (2) triune brain evolution of layers of the brain (Paul MacLean, late Senior Research Scientist at National Institute of Mental Health), (3) the paleoanthropology of the Homo erectus people, (4) the neuroscience of the holograms of the mind (Professor Karl Pribram), and (5) the artificial intelligence of tomorrow. "The Joy" is the story of two young women who journey into the ancient layers of the brain to experience 200 million years of "deep autobiographical memory" that includes our reptilian past and the Homo erectus people (http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobiographica...). This strongly science-based novel is an excellent supplemental reader for college-level courses in psychology, anthropology, computer science, and physics, or a helpful reader for anyone undergoing any of the psychological therapies.

32 review for The Joy of Being Eaten: Journeys Into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steve Martinson

    I won this book in a giveaway. I was unable to finish this. I got halfway through it, and just had to quit. As far as I can tell, this book is about a neuroscientists new theories about the brain, made into sort of a novel form. Very strange. It has a lot of very interesting theories; but the theories are presented and then talked about until you can't understand what the hell they're talking about. Maybe I'm just not smart enough to understand. I won this book in a giveaway. I was unable to finish this. I got halfway through it, and just had to quit. As far as I can tell, this book is about a neuroscientists new theories about the brain, made into sort of a novel form. Very strange. It has a lot of very interesting theories; but the theories are presented and then talked about until you can't understand what the hell they're talking about. Maybe I'm just not smart enough to understand.

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    Eric

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