What makes iconoclasts so astoundingly creative and successful?
Gregory Berns, MD, PhD, is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Emory University. He has written for numerous science publications and has been interviewed on National Public Radio, CNN, and ABC's Primetime. He has been profiled frequently in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and other media.
Introduction: Doing What Can't Be Done
Through the Eye of an Iconoclast
From Perception to Imagination
Fear-The Inhibitor of Action
How Fear Distorts Perception
Why the Fear of Failure Makes People Risk Averse
Brain Circuits for Social Networking
Private Spaceflight-A Case Study of Iconoclasts Working Together
When Iconoclast's Becomes Icon
Appendix: The Iconoclast's Pharmacopeia
About the Author
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