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Blame Game. How To Win It

Klemm, W. R.

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Título: Blame Game. How To Win It

Editorial: Benecton Press

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro:New

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Debt Relief for the Hidden Costs of Excuses People lose their homes because they made foolish purchases they couldn t afford, but we blame greedy lenders or the government for insufficient regulation. The price of gas is going out of sight, but many of us won t blame Congress for restricting oil exploration or ourselves for driving gas-guzzler vehicles. When our kids don t do well in school, we blame government schools or the teachers. The poor blame their poverty on the rich. If we don t advance in our careers, it s our boss s fault. If we get divorced, it s the spouse s fault. American prisons are stuffed with criminals, but many Americans say prisoners are victims of racism or the justice system. Check any news outlet, on any day, and you will always find somebody in the news making excuses and placing blame in the wrong places. How did we come to this? How did we develop a culture of knee-jerk blaming the victim and excusing the villain? I think the cause emanates from an excuse-making character flaw in a growing number of Americans. We even make excuses for others because it relieves our guilt over our own flaws. Its called political correctness. Dr. Bill Klemm, a prominent university neuroscientist at Texas A&M University, tackles these issues head on in his provocative new book, Blame Game. How To Win it. Excuses are costly: 1) others see our excuses for the weaknesses they reflect, and 2) failure to recognize our excuses prevents us from addressing the weaknesses that cause them. Blame Game s focus is on debt relief for the hidden costs of making excuses. Dr. Klemm lays out a five-step program for playing the blame game to win, a game plan that reduces the need for excuses and thereby leads to a more successful, fulfilled, and happy life. One clinical psychologist, Dr. Bob Rich, calls Klemm s book a manual for living the good life, and says the book combines common-sense advice and sound scientific evidence. He says the book combines findings from many relevant fields, especially psychology, ... presented in easy-to-understand, plain language. Radio/TV celebrity psychologist, Dr. Laura Schlesinger says she absolutely loves this book, because it shows that positive personal change is so achievable. Dr. Robert Schuler, syndicated TV minister and founder of Crystal Cathedral, says the book will help people solve their personal problems and achieve their dreams. Book s Web site: BlameGame.us

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W. R. (Bill) Klemm, D.V.M., Ph.D. Education: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn U., 1958; Doctor of philosophy, U. Notre Dame, 1963 Professional Activities, as a ... Scientist: Research Areas: include brainstem mechanisms of behavior, alcohol, learning/memory, chemical signals, human cognition and EEG, educational research. Discoveries: (range from model membranes to human cognition) 1) radiation induces an adrenal stress response, 2) at a time when scientists thought ruminants did not sleep, proved that they not only sleep but also dream, 3) ethanol selectively acts on certain neurons, 4) opiates selectively act on certain neurons, 5) rhythmic activity in the hippocampus reflects a widespread activating influence of the brainstem reticular formation that is not necessarily associated with movement. 6) ethanol displaces hydrogen bonded water on membrane lipid, 7) freeze behavior ("animal hypnosis") is a brainstem-mediated reflex, 8) neuronal spike trains contain sequential interval codes in certain clusters of impulses (i.e., they can act like a "byte" processor) 9) acetaldehyde in body fluids is a biochemical marker for estrus and ovulation, 10) sex hormones promote memory consolidation, 11) multiple areas of cerebral cortex become synchronized at various frequencies during memory recall and "eureka" phenomenon. Editorial Board Member: eleven scholarly journals. Reviewed manuscripts for over 55 journals. See list of over 425 publications, which have been formally cited over 2,000 times according to Citation Index Professor: Texas A&M University (1966-present) o College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M Univ. (1980-present): taught Introductory Neuroscience. a Drug and Substance Abuse Seminar, Science and Technology Practices and Policies, and graduate neuroscience courses. o College of Science (1966-1980): taught animal physiology, animal behavior, introductory biology, graduate neuroscience courses o College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University (1963-1966): taught pharmacology and graduate physiology courses. Writer: 13 books, including Animal Electroencephalography; Applied Electronics in Veterinary Medicine & Animal Physiology; Science, The Brain, and Our Future; Discovery Processes in Modern Biology; Brainstem Mechanisms of Behavior; Understanding Neuroscience; Global Peace Through the Global University System; Thank You, Brain, For All You Remember. What You Forgot Was My Fault ,and 'Dillos. Roadkill on Extinction Highway. Speaker: hundreds of presentations to clubs, cruise line, workshops, professional meetings. Other: o Colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserves (Ret.) - Research and development planning, Human Systems Division o Company President - co-founder of Forum Enterprises, Inc., maker of collaboration software (FORUM) o Consultant - clients have included U.S. Air Force, A. H. Robbins Co., Dow Chemical Company, RCA, The Fielding Institute, U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Vinson & Elkins Attorneys, Int. Flavors & Fragrances Co. o Project Director for five educational outreach grants (NIH, NSF) to middle schools, community colleges, and post-graduate animal-health professionals.

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