Training the Brain: Cultivating Emotional Intelligence

  • 1h 41s
  • Daniel Goleman, Richard Davidson
  • More than Sound
  • 2007

Neuroscientist Richard Davidson explains how the brain's social and emotional circuitry becomes shaped to give each of us a unique "brain style" in reacting to life: hair trigger or slow to react, feeling strongly or weakly, recovering quickly or slowly. Davidson's research on meditators suggests we can take a more active role in reshaping our brains, and our emotional response, for the better.

In this Audiobook

  • Introduction
  • The Fundamental Components of Emotional Intelligence
  • The Prefrontal Cortex, Self-Awareness and Emotional Regulation
  • Circuitry for Motivation and Empathy in the Brain
  • Handling Emotional Challenges
  • The Emotional Styles, Hair Triggers, Intensity, and Recovery Time
  • How Emotional Styles Interact
  • Childhood Shapes Emotional Circuitry
  • Developmental Risks of Toxic Emotions
  • Learning Social and Emotional Skills Sculpts the Brain
  • Constipated Score Olympic Level
  • Compassion is a State of Mental Readiness
  • We can Learn to Change That Behavior be Have Right System Handing
  • The Attentional Blink
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