Mental Neuroimplants - Refraiming Of Needs

This book addresses the interested layperson with a novel approach to personality development based on brain research. It shows how mental health is based on neuroscientific principles and how it can be stabilized and strengthened by a novel approach using the example of the Psychic Neuroimplants®.

  • Shows connections between psychological well-being and the brain with emphasis on life memories
  • Introduces the novel possibility for a self-determined optimization of life through the use of so-called psychic neuroimplants
  • Based on neuroscientific principles and offers novel approaches

Hans J. Markovich

is Professor em. of Physiological Psychology at the University of Bielefeld. He studied Psychology and Biology at the University of Konstanz, held professorships in Biopsychology and Physiological Psychology at the Universities of Konstanz, Bochum, and Bielefeld, and was appointed to chairs of Psychology and Neuroscience at universities in Australia and Canada. In his research, he has focused on the neural and psychological foundations of memory and memory disorders and the interactions between memory, emotion and consciousness. He is author, co-author or editor of about 30 books and has written about 700 scientific articles and book chapters.

Margit Margarete Schreier

has been a management consultant and expert for Innovation UX since 1999. She studied restructuring and value enhancement management at the Georg Simon Ohm Management Institute, Nuremberg University of Applied Sciences. Her long-standing interest in the neurosciences led her to the decision to launch NIKU, a product based on neuropsychological principles that helps everyone to achieve greater autonomy and psychological strength, regardless of their background and current real possibilities. She is the owner of NIKU Neuro AG and the NIKU brand. Since 2018 training courses on Psychic Neuroimplants® have been held.

 

  • Homeostasis: well-being, satisfaction, mental health
  • The “powerful man”
  • What works to achieve well-being?
  • Neuropsychology of needs
  • Electronic media, Internet, World Wide Web in the neurosciences and in everyday life