Resources

1. Fabrizio Benedetti, MD
Department of Neuroscience
University of Turin
Topic: Placebo Effect
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2. Ted Kaptchuk, MD
Harvard Medical School
Topic: Placebo Effect
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3. The New England Journal of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Topic: Sham Placebo Surgery
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4. The Will to Believe
William James, PhD – 18th century Psychologist
Topic: Body to Mind Response
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5. A. Jon Stoessl, PhD
University of British Columbis
Vancouver, Canada
Topic: Belief and the movement of voluntary muscles Parkinsons
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6. Steven E. Hyman, MD
National Institute of Mental Health
Topic: Ongoing Mind & Brain Studies
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7. Richard Davidson, PhD
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin
Topic: Studies on Joy, Resilience & Hope
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8. Antonio Damasio, PhD
Brain & Creativity Institute
Topic: Origins & Effects of Fear
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9. Eric Kandel, MD – Nobel Prize Winner
Columbia University Medical Center
Topic: Brain Plasticity
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10. The Emotional Brain
by Joseph LeDoux, PhD
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11. Learned Optimism
by Martin E. P. Seligman
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12. Hope-Lit database. This database contains nearly 3500 articles and books specific to hope. The database is jointly supported by the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta and the Hope Foundation of Alberta, a research and service institute affiliated with the University of Alberta.
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13. The Anatomy of Hope
by Jerome Groopman, MD
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14. The Psychology of Hope: You can get there from here.
by C. R. Snyder
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15. The Relaxation Response
by Herbert Benson
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16. How the Mind Works
by Steven Pinker
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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17. The Power of Hope
by Maurice Lamm
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18. It All Begins With Hope
by Ronna Jevne, PhD.
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19. Survival Psychology
by John Leach, PhD
University of Lancaster, England
Out of Print, but available in many libraries and through antique book sellers
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20. The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life
By Ben Sherwood
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21. Man’s Search for Meaning
by Viktor E. Frankl
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Food For Thought

Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.

- by John Wooden




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Start to Finish Process: 447 days
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