The Distracted Mind Free Audiobook Download by Adam Gazzaley,Larry D. Rosen

The Distracted Mind, by Adam Gazzaley and Larry D. Rosen, is the fascinating story about how our brain works when we are dealing with an overload of information. In this audiobook, the authors explain that there are some things that we need to get done. However, distractions in our daily lives limit this ability to focus on what we need to do, which can lead to a decline in productivity and happiness.

According to research by psychologist Adam Gazzaley, attention has become a limited resource. In his book The Distracted Mind, Gazzaley illustrates how the way we consume information has changed our ability to focus while texting or scrolling through social media.

The Distributed Mind: A new theory of human behavior that addresses the rise in ADHD, autism, addiction and many other disorders

Adam Gazzaley is a neuroscientist, psychiatrist and New York University Professor. He conducts groundbreaking research on how the brain processes information in both healthy and unhealthy minds. His latest book, The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World, examines this very topic.

Adam Gazzaley has proven that he has done a lot of research on how our brains work and his book, The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World, is a fascinating look into how the brain operates. It's written from the perspective of a neuroscientist working with patients and his findings are quite astonishing.

The Distracted Mind is a book by Adam Gazzaley and Larry D. Rosen that examines the ways in which we are distracted and how this distraction causes problems for our health, relationships, jobs and schooling. The book is not a self help book, but rather an introduction to the concept of attention and how to achieve optimal awareness through mindfulness.

Published Date 2016-10-14
Duration 10 hours 57 minutes
Author Adam Gazzaley, Larry D. Rosen
Narrated Chris Sorensen
(17 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Science & Technology
Parent Category Medicine, History

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