The Two of Me: The Rational Outer Me and the Emotional Inner Me

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Subject index

a
adaptability 17 - 18
adaptive control of thought (ACT) 64
advertisements 11
aggression 77
agnosia 120
alarm 75
alien hand syndrome 167
altruism 84
ambiguity 241
amygdalae 77 , 110 , 123 , 132 , 134 , 138 , 140 , 153 , 276
analytical psychology 51 - 56
animus and anima 54
anorexia and bulimia 85
anosognosia 125
antisocial personality 31
anxiety 132
apotemnophilia 123
archetypes 52 ;
archetypal types 54
association cortex 120 ;
auditory association area 123 ;
visual association area 123
attachment theory 110
autism 110 , 216 ;
autistic savants 36 , 145 , 192
automatic process 58
automatic self 47
autonomic nervous system 74 , 77 , 96 - 97 , 158
awareness:
conscious and unconscious 123

b
basal forebrain 140
basal ganglia 12 - 13 , 152 , 168 , 181
beauty 240
blind sight 124 ;
affective blind sight 138
bodily gestures 162
brain 12 - 14 ;
neomammalian brain 12 ;
palaeomammalian brain 12 ;
reptilian brain 12 ;
triune brain 12
brainstem 140 , 168 , 227 ;
brainstem nuclei 132

c
Capgras syndrome 122 - 123
censor 20 , 44 , 232 , 235
cerebellum 13 , 152 , 168
cerebral asymmetry 14
cerebral hemispheres 14 ;
and language 181
cerebration:
active 182 - 185 ;
passive 185 - 194
cheating 48 , 198 - 200
child rearing 97
civilised 24 , 45 , 78
cleaning 76
cognitive avoidance 206
cognitive science 57
cognitive therapy 7 , 77
combining inner me and outer me functioning 166
communication 18 ;
between animals 169 - 171 ;
by appearance 170 ;
by noises 170 ;
by posture and gesture 170 ;
non-verbal communication 171 ;
communication with myself 180
compensation neurosis 202
complex 55
computers 181
concepts 33 , 121 - 122 , 234
confabulation 37 , 150
conscious and unconscious 43 - 44 , 205 ;
preconscious 44

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Part I - The Outer Me/Inner Me Dichotomy 1
  • 1 - The Birth of an Idea 3
  • 2 - The Outer Me 15
  • 3 - The Inner Me 28
  • Part II - Other Conscious/ Unconscious Distinctions 41
  • 4 - Psychodynamic Distinctions 43
  • 5 - Cognitive Distinctions 57
  • Part III - The Human Objectives 71
  • 6 - Survival 73
  • 7 - Reproduction 86
  • 8 - Relating 99
  • Part IV - The Receptive and Responsive Me 113
  • 9 - Sensory Input 115
  • 10 - Emotion 128
  • 11 - Memory 141
  • Part V - The Active Me 155
  • 12 - Motor Action 157
  • 13 - Communication and Language 169
  • 14 - Mental Activity 182
  • Part VI - The Complex Me 195
  • 15 - Deception and Self-Deception 197
  • 16 - Delusions and Hallucinations 211
  • 17 - Dreams 224
  • Part VII - The Social Me 237
  • 18 - The Arts 239
  • 19 - Humour 251
  • 20 - Religion 264
  • Bibliography 277
  • Author Index 293
  • Subject Index 299
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