Doidge, Norman


Norman Doidge, FRCPC, is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and author of The Brain that Changes Itself and The Brain’s Way of Healing.

Doidge studied literary classics and philosophy at the University of Toronto and graduated “with high distinction”.[1] After winning the E. J. Pratt Prize for Poetry at age 19, Doidge was given early recognition by literary critic Northrop Frye, who wrote that his work was “really remarkable… haunting and memorable.”[2] He obtained his medical degree at the University of Toronto, then moved to New York, where he had a residency in psychiatry and obtained a degree in psychoanalysis at Columbia University Department of Psychiatry,[3] and the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. This was followed by a two-year Columbia University/National Institute of Mental Health Research Fellowship, training in empirical science techniques.

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.مغزی که خود را تغییر می دهد <> Maghzi keh khod ra tagheer midahad (The brain that changes itself)


Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science 

داستان هایی واقعی و شگفت انگیز از موفقیت های روانی مغز بشر

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