Education and Science

The Brain’s Body Help to Improve Brain, Body, and Sense Events

by Christopher K. Slaton Ed.D.



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/26/2022

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781669815433
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781669815426
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781669815419

About the Book

The Brain’s Body Help to Improve Brain, Body, and Sense Events is one of those self-improvement books that help readers understand how action research can lead to a more integrated and advanced life. Paraphrasing Wikipedia, action research is a method of transformative change while simultaneously acting and doing research. This self-improvement book guides readers through the benefits of action research to help them live more effectively as they decide how to respond to different circumstances. The author provides examples of action research and elaborates on how human-centered systems thinking can impact the neurological operation of the brain. It might be one of the best books about self-improvement that connects several interrelated elements that affect our lives, including self-examination, studying those around us, the environment, and our sense of being or Self. In the book, he connects these interrelated elements and their impact on our behaviors to help readers overcome hurt and pain.

About the Author

Christopher K. Slaton, EdD, developed the Progressive Investing Institute of Focused Learning in 2000 to study child development through the application of action research, systems thinking, and human science. The applied use of action research with children and parents in crisis led to human systems research as the study of self, other people, and the environment. The applied use of systems thinking led to human systems science as the study of brain, body, and sense events. Hence, the applied use of human science led to the study of human, cognitive, and behavior sciences. As a practitioner of human systems science, his interest has always been focused on the study of human contact, human cognition, and human behavior.