Mental Neuroimplants provides a new take on personality development through brain research - a book for the general reader and practitioner alike. It shows how mental health is influenced by basic neuroscientific rules, and how these can be stabilised and strengthened using a new approach: Mental Neuroimplants. Individual positive emotional worlds can directly impact the brain and - in turn - the psychological health of the person in question. This study shows how this can directly improve quality of life. The authors emphasise that the individual's lifestyle can lead to long-term physical and environmentally induced changes - which can even be effective across generations. The central message of this book is to raise awareness; how using psychological neuroimplants can have a positive impact on numerous areas of life including emotion, health and material prosperity.
Margit M. Schreier has been working since 1999 as an Independent Management Consultant. She founded the brand NIKU in Germany and the USA. She studied Rightsizing and Upgrading Management at the Georg Simon Ohm Management Institute of the Nuremberg University for Applied Sciences. After many years of personal interest and research in neurosciences, she decided to combine her insights in NIKU. NIKU is a support system for mental autonomy and psychological strength, independent of personal background and opportunities.