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Who do we think we are?

Jillian Ridington

Who do we think we are?

self-image and women with disabilities

by Jillian Ridington

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Published by DAWN Canada in [Vancouver?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women with disabilities -- Canada -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Women with disabilities -- Canada -- Social conditions.,
  • Women with disabilities -- Canada.,
  • Self-perception

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelf-image and women with disabilities.
    Statementby Jillian Ridington.
    SeriesPosition paper / DAWN Canada: Disabled Women"s Network Canada -- 1, Position paper (DAWN Canada) -- 1.
    ContributionsDAWN Canada
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19556163M

      As we mature, we try and find a way to make the schematics of time work in our favor, so we can provide the type of life — for ourselves and our loved ones — that mirrors the vision of our dreams. We do know that brain areas are involved in thinking. For example, parts of the visual cortex at the back of your brain use more energy when you imagine seeing the ice cream, and parts of the sensory cortex when you think about its feel and taste.

    The notion of "sub-selfs" has some utility, although I think one needs to be careful not to push it too far, otherwise we end up with the tiresome and unbounded "modules" of evo-cogsci. A sub-self is essentially a motivational unit, but one in which motivation affects and is affected by perception, and which primes particular sorts of behaviors /5. Which technologies do modern scientists use to study the brain? Today’s Wonder of the Day was inspired by Ashish from Tirur. Ashish Wonders, “ Why do we think? ” Thanks for WONDERing with us, Ashish! C lose your eyes and carefully follow instructions for a few minutes. (Yes, you can open your eyes to read, but then close them when necessary!).

    This is what becomes the driving force behind why we do what we do, and determines the direction of our lives. Tony introduced the 6 human needs over 10 years ago, back in , at the famous TED conference in Monterey, California. We become what we think about. This is such a profound realization, and when I first understood this, not just on an intellectual level, but when I emotionally understood what this meant, my life changed. I started focusing on the things I really wanted to do, and not on just what would bring the money in for the time being.


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