Debugging Your Brain (DYB) is a clear applied psychology book and a concise self-help book.
Practical, not Theoretical
DYB is full of practical techniques. Each technique is condensed to its core idea, accompanied by just enough story to make it memorable. Each chapter has activities to help you put its techniques into practice. Learn how to "patch the software in your mind."
You'll actually want to do this "homework"!
Whether or not you have a technical background, you will find the software development analogies approachable and insightful.
Psychology + Software Development
This book brings together the author's two backgrounds: psychology (neuroscience @ Yale) and software development.
What people are saying
A worthy, tightly organized, and intriguing program for rethinking thinking. ― Kirkus Reviews (full review)
I am inspired to treat my own anxiety and depression symptoms, in part, using these wonderful techniques. ― Louis J. Rinaldi, MBA, Albertus Magnus College
This book has helped me understand the 'why' behind my doctors' suggestions!" ― Erin Brown, Lecturer, University of Miami
The author's lighthearted and relatable way of writing makes it an enjoyable read. ― Dr. Melissa Monsey, Neuroscience PhD, Yale University
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