मनात Manat Manasashtracha Utkanthawardhak Ramya



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    Every field of science has vast history of centuries efforts taken by several people The journey is colossal And so is this book It's an interesting journey of how psychology is evolved as a science From the times when the heart was believed as the think tank and no one paid attention to the brains as a master of body when the mental disorders were considered as a curse from previous life and were dealer brutally to the era of emotional uotient the author takes us to the every significant achievement in the field The book starts with interesting prologue where author talks of his encounters with psychology and the making of Alfred Hitchcock's movie psycho While studying technology in IIT Mumbai he met many artists singers read a lots of books and held discussions with a group of other distinguished colleges Frantz Fanon's uestion if the people in colonies are treated with very inhuman cruel ways and like that of animals then on what basis laws and ethics are applied to them?” was something that set my expectations He muses about the cruelty of Nazi soldiers and how they were under their superiors' orders The Obedience theory psychologist proved later onThe seeds of psychology are found in all three early civilizations Hippocrates Democrates Socrates Plato covered some theories about how human think and feel Some of the theories Like Plato's belief that feelings traverse through blood vessels or Aristotle's concept of heart as a center of feelings are ruled out However the concept of storing memories in brains or Hippocrates's argument of mind being master of feelings and all actions did actually proved with time Vedant and Buddha also talked about human mind and its nature However it took 18th century to realize that any mental disorder is not a fault or sin of the patient but a disease and it can be treated Earlier the mental hospitals did not exist and the patients were kept in prisons where they were treated with contempt and cruelty Then came Phrenology to measure intelligence shape and size of skull and after a few years dismissed due to lack of any proof between intelligence and the structure of skull Meanwhile medical science took over and surgeons like Wernike and Broka discovered the centers of speech production and comprehension There's a very interesting story about Broka He was humanitarian and active in social welfare He founded a group named Free thinkers which scared the French government They believed that like Socrates he was misguiding youngsters and hence the police started spying on him and attended all his lectures on Mythology physiology medical science psychology Once the police got bored and asked him permission to go out and reuested him not to give provocative lectures meanwhile Broka in turn chided them to do their duty The author thus talks of interesting hypnotism psychoanalysis behaviorism theory Gestalt mind and body coordination theory development psychology and humanistic theory With every step he not only describes the evolution studies experiments but also gives the generous details of eccentricity of the each psychologist their life struggles and impact on the future development The experiments were also uite weird In one case they built a prison in Stanford university and found 24 volunteers It was supposed to be carried out for 15 days but mere four days people were found behaving like in real prison the guards dominant and bullying the prisoners full of guilt and submissive Everyone was shocked by the results and the experiment was called off on sixth day Victor Frankel's Writer of man's search for meaning being caught by Nazis and his story of counseling in the death camps is very moving Then there are Bystander Effect social loafing Everybody's work is nobody's work obedience mass hysteria witch burning in 16th century and bandwagon effect Henz's dilemma of ethics Maslow's hierarchy of needs learned helplessness and conditioningThe book also gives the simplified account of the complexity of neurons Dendrites and synapse and their function to accumulate store spread thoughts Though it is academic part it's no less interesting than the case studies and psychology experiments There's also history of I and its part in world war decisions how intelligence and idiot savant differ importance of emotional uotient and social and ecological intelligence How a book on psychology can be complete without talking of feelings? The scientists tried to measure the intensity of feelings by monitoring body reactions How the memories are stored amnesia different states of sleep in humans dreams language and the unsuccessful results of teaching a chimpanzee to speak illusion vision and perception of depth and movement in man and animals Talking of amnesia there's story of Agatha Christie being disappeared for a few days and found after a frantic search in a hotel living under the false identity She was said to be under attack of amnesia There's a separate section about personality tests The basic and evolved human traits especially the Issac's traits and the transactional analysis Parent Adult Child Eric bern the father of transactional analysis stated the theory that every human being goes through the parent adult child roles while dealing with others and though they change the roles there's a dominant role in each personMany creative geniuses were found to be neurotic and few of them even committed suicide It includes stories of Robert Schumann Virginia Woolf Van Gogh Including Sylvia Plath and Hemingway in the list I am sure we have lost a many budding artist with huge potential to this trap of depression and such disorders While reading story of John Nash I was moved even though I was familiar with the story The mental disorders like schizophrenia depression OCD phobias anxiety and stress There's a personal story about the author's son who was diagnosed with autism and how he struggled to accept it and then take initiative to open first autist school in indiaThe book ends with an impressive epilogue stating how materialism and modern lifestyle is impacting human mind and pushing us towards the dark caves of mental disorders There's statistics of suicide people with mental disorders and projections which is scary Throughout the book there are references to the books right from 1984 or Brave new world to Freuds's essays Fear of freedom I'm ok you're ok The sane society and a lot like that I have created a separate shelf named AGs recommendation on goodread for themAlso I got some movies recommendations including Blow hot blow cold psycho the castaway Girl intercepted the hours rain mansweethearts It includes all the major contributors and I cannot keep track of all of them but few of them were writers and now I've a bit elongated to read listIt's one of those books that make some change in our daily lives and is entertaining all the same


  2. says:

    First of all other than Freud's Psychological research this was my first book that I read on Psychology I think it is one of the best books out there The complete subject is based on facts and history There are scientific evidences anecdotes and life stories of successful psychologists and psychiatrists in this book Its also something that can be a light read The approach of Mr Godbole to write a book on such a serious subject in a way that it can be understood by everyone and over they will enjoy reading it is most singular Reading his autobiography 'Musafir' his acumen and struggle to win is self evident I recommend this book to everyone and especially to the ones with interest in Psychology The epilogue is something that makes you realize the condition of the world today It is something that the author wants us to be aware of and expects from at least the few of us to change it Hope we do


  3. says:

    Perhaps the best book i read so far


  4. says:

    Explore Psychology in amusing way


  5. says:

    this book made me like psychology what a fantastic piece of writing and collection of different psychologists gives different level of joy a mental one


  6. says:

    Good collection of facts Can't help but think where is the originality though? Author read 87 books on psychology and provided a nice summary 550 pages Still a good read for lazy readers who may not read all those books themselves 🙂


  7. says:

    The book is average I read many good reviews about it But there is nothing original in it Author just collected data from scientist and their inventions and just consolidated itVery much hyped book


  8. says:

    From somewhere I got the recommendation that this is a good book to start if I am interested to know about psychology so as I have read it I would like to do the same Good book if you want to know how study of psychology evolved


  9. says:

    This is existing book i love this experience i love this app


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