Loneliness



Read Loneliness John T Cacioppo Viagraonl1ne.us John T Cacioppo S Groundbreaking Research Topples One Of The Pillars Of Modern Medicine And Psychology The Focus On The Individual As The Unit Of Inquiry By Employing Brain Scans, Monitoring Blood Pressure, And Analyzing Immune Function, He Demonstrates The Overpowering Influence Of Social Context A Factor So Strong That It Can Alter DNA Replication He Defines An Unrecognized Syndrome Chronic Loneliness Brings It Out Of The Shadow Of Its Cousin Depression, And Shows How This Subjective Sense Of Social Isolation Uniquely Disrupts Our Perceptions, Behavior, And Physiology, Becoming A Trap That Not Only Reinforces Isolation But Can Also Lead To Early Death He Gives The Lie To The Hobbesian View Of Human Nature As A War Of All Against All, And He Shows How Social Cooperation Is, In Fact, Humanity S Defining Characteristic Most Important, He Shows How We Can Break The Trap Of Isolation For Our Benefit Both As Individuals And As A Society.Loneliness

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Loneliness
  • John T. Cacioppo
  • English
  • 16 September 2018
  • 0393061701

10 thoughts on “Loneliness

  1. says:

    Full disclosure I never feel lonely I love being alone I m alone right now It rules As a serious self realizer homebody introvert my dander goes up when psychologists or anyone else challenge my need for quality alone time I don t give a fuck what anyone says I need it I suffer tremendously when I don t have it Fuck all y all.That being said, I found this book to be very helpful and informative One of the best, most eye opening books on human motivation and well being I have read in Full disclosure I never feel lonely I love being alone I m alone right now It rules As a serious self realizer homebody introvert my dander goes up when psychologists or anyone else challenge my need for quality alone time I don t give a fuck what anyone says I need it I suffer tremendously when I don t have it Fuck all y all.That being said, I found this book to be very helpful and informative One of the best, most eye opening books on human motivation and well being I have read in a long time.First off, the author distinguishes between loneliness and solitude The author clearly acknowledges that solitude introspective restorative alone time is health ya But he challenges people who underestimate their own n...

  2. says:

    Full Disclosure I am an introvert Full fledged introvert I have a general disdain for the part of the ego that desires acceptance from other people I feel a need to rebel and quiet that part of the self And like most introverts, I do not equate being alone with loneliness I also have what Ainsworth calls a non attached atta...

  3. says:

    I just concluded reading this book Bottom line human beings are designed to seek meaningful keyword here is meaningful relationships It s no wonder that studies of regular church goers show they live longer than their counterparts thethey are united by a common idea and maintain a healthy relationship between each other in a meaningful manner, thetheir physiologies are encapsulated from stresses and wear and tear of loneliness I recommend this book.Also, interesting to note fr I just concluded reading this book Bottom line human beings are designed to seek meaningful keyword here is mean...

  4. says:

    This book was somehow not what I was expecting but also exactly what I was expecting I suppose it encompassed what I was expecting with what felt like two or three other books tossed on While it talked about loneliness quite a lot , it also went through evolutionary psychology, primate behavior, gentrification, online social behaviors, genetics, 5xstudies than I anticipated, isolated human tribal behavior, parenting attachment styles, religion, wealth inequalityYOU NAME IT I fell as This book was somehow not what I was expecting but also exactly what I was expecting I suppose it encompassed what I was expecting with what felt like two or three other books tossed on While it talked about lo...

  5. says:

    This is the first book I ve read in a long time that has pretty radically rearranged the way I think about a lot of things.I came across it while reading through all the U.S Psychology department labs it s written by head of the dept at U Chicago It s awesome to read a readable cognitive book actually written by one of the lead researchers, instead of just technical papers or pop books by someone else, or even pop books...

  6. says:

    Even if you don t think of yourself as lonely, you may still find this engagingly written, scientific book to be of interest This book is not so much about the painful emotion of loneliness It s really about sufficient and insufficient meaningful social connection We each have different forms and degrees of social needs But virtually all of us have those social needs built deeply into our bodies, as we evolved a long time ago as so...

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this book.Summary of the cover I wish the authors had given a littleprominence to the subtitle, Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection which sounds enough like an exposition on psychology that it could be used to impress others with your intellectual voracity but noinstead, the main title of Loneliness pretty much ruled out reading this book in public, since that sounds a lotlike a self help book desperate cry for attention than I was really comfortabl I enjoyed this book.Summary of the cover I wish the authors had given a littleprominence to the subtitle, Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection which sounds enough like an exposition on psychology that it could be used to impress others with your intellectual voracity but noinstead, the main title of Loneliness pretty much ruled out reading this book in public, since that sounds a lotlike a self help book desperate cry for attention than I was really comfortable with Congratulations to the authors for writing a book on loneliness that I only felt comfortable reading at home, alone.That said, it was actually quite an enjoyable book which is probably biased by my utter ignorance about psychology and well, human nature and the need for social connection.Summary of the book, as interpreted by me, the non psychologist The human brain evolved ...

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Please note I discuss the thesis of the book, which vaguely qualifies as a spoiler inasmuch as a psychology book can have such a thing.I was surprised at how disappointing this book was Being an introvert, I naturally expected to enjoy the premise exploration of the main idea However, the book has a single thesis loneliness causes a negative feedback loop This is supported by a myriad of studies in various contexts animals people in varying environments , but that encompasses the ent Please note I discuss the thesis of the book, which vaguely qualifies as a spoiler inasmuch as a psychology book can have such a thing.I was surprised at how disappointing this book was...

  9. says:

    3.5 While parts of this book were fascinating other parts just languished Even though studies and statistics were used to quantify the effects of loneliness on an individual I still felt that the perimeters used still included stress, which are well known to cause simi...

  10. says:

    I read skimmed this for my thesis paper.This had some great data on loneliness and what various studies have concluded It is riddled with Darwinist thinking, but that is to be expected It shows that relationships are necessary for our own health The conclusion We are made for social relationships and so we need to pursue them and not just for what I can get, but also for what I can give The final chapter contains a fascinating look at how church communities provide the exact dynamic that I read skimmed this for my thesis paper.This had s...

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