veteran inn Mysteries of the Mind – Scientific QuestSunil Mishra takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore the vast depths of the human mind.
The vast depths of the human mind have long intrigued scholars from many disciplines, and topics such as happiness, self and society, memory, love, language, free will, and superstition have been explored through a variety of lenses, both then and now. has been approached bya new book titled Mysteries of the Mind – Scientific Questauthor and technology industry veteran Sunil Mishra, the book takes an interdisciplinary approach to the human mind.
With a foreword by Professor Debashish Chatterjee, director of IIM Kozhikode, the book straddles widely debated topics and answers questions like why we procrastinate and how smartphones make our brains smarter. I’m doing it. Mysteries of the mind, including mindfulness, procrastination, attention, emotions, illusions, and the future of the mind of our time, with references to the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, Sally Ann Test, Turing Test, Einstein, Bohr, and The War on Quantum Theory is explained. such as artificial intelligence.
The 280-page book, published by Garuda Prakashan, draws from various fields such as philosophy, psychology, spirituality, and neuroscience to what makes us human but tests the extent of our knowledge. It’s a quest. These topics are phenomenal among people from ancient Vedic civilizations to the modern computer age.
The book contains stories of the human mind, fascinating psychological experiments, and underlying scientific explanations by neuroscientists. All these events and experiments help us to understand ourselves better and make the right decisions to exploit our potential.
Mind is a very vague topic, even in advanced medicine. It is elusive. It is not governed by the natural laws of physics and biology. However, we all know that the mind exists because we all experience it in our daily lives.
Neuroscientists, philosophers, spiritual gurus, psychologists, and ordinary people like us have all tried to understand it from their own perspective.
Sunil Mishra has a B.Tech degree from IIT (ISM) Dhanbad and an MBA from IIM-Lucknow. He is also the author of his three other books.
Sunil Mishra, who holds a B.Tech degree from IIT, said: He holds his MBA from ISM), Dhanbad, and he has IIM-Lucknow.
In the “Fear of the Black Cat” chapter, the author delves into superstitions, citing psychological experiments, urban legends, and karma theories that attempt to explain causality. He elaborates: The reverse effect of the same is that our brains don’t handle randomness very well. ”
The author has over 20 years of experience in banking technology. He works with his Infosys in India on digital technology, artificial intelligence, and his ecosystem of startups. He has previously worked for McKinsey, Accenture, and I-flex solutions. He is also the author of his three other books.