New Society Press

i-Minds

 Constant Connectivity Is Rewiring Your Children’s BrainsWhat You Need To Know & Why

How Cell Phones, Computers, Gaming, and Social Media are Changing our Brains, our Behavior,

and the Evolution of our Species

by Mari K. Swingle

 

www.newsociety.com/Books/I/i-Minds
19.95 ISBN 978-0-86571-825-8/eISBN:978-1-55092-619-4

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In this meticulously researched and necessary book, Mari Swingle shows how the i-world is hijacking young people’s minds and even their brains. Her practical advice guides us to become masters, not servants, of the technology we are bequeathing to our children. —Gabor Maté M.D., co-author, Hold On To Your Kids

 

In this age of screens we’re beset with a pack of new emotional and behavioral conundrums. Mari K. Swingle walks us through the fundamentals of these changes with a kindness and clarity I find deeply refreshing. i-Minds is a well-researched guide for teachers and parents keen on understanding the ramifications of our new media climate. —Michael Harris, author, The End of Absence.

 

Cell phones, computers and other devices, are now completely embedded in global culture. Engaging and entertaining yet scientifically rigorous, i-Minds demonstrates how our constant connectivity is rapidly changing our brains, what the dangers are, and what positive steps we can all take to embrace new technology while protecting our well-being and steering our future in a much more human direction.

 

An eye-opener. This book left me speechless. i-Minds made me  look inward at my own relationships with people and technology and consider whether I liked the impact instead of just blindly following it.—Rob Krall, host, Bottom up Radio; publisher, OpEdNews

 

Dr. Mari Swingle is a neurotherapist and behavioral specialist who practices at the highly-regarded Swingle Clinic. She holds an MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology, an MA in Language Education, a BA in Visual Arts, and has won numerous awards for her post-doctoral work on the effects of i-technology on brain function.

Cultural Critique/6x9/264 pages/3 charts/US/Can$19.95

ISBN: /June Pub