Disruptive conduct

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The majority of psychopathologies have a wide range of overlapping neuroanatomical expressions in the brain and as a result in the face. Since the pattern of cognitive deficits are more dependent on the neuroanatomy of the disorder than it’s biological cause (a concept not quite grasped by most doctors and psychologists) Elkonom Goldgberg, Page 183. Cerebro ejecutivo Ed Ctritica. Armand Marie Leroi, expert in the field of human brain mutations, tells us “The eyes, nose and skin markings reflect almost all of the occasional illnesses of the environment. The face reflects the lack, or not, of vicissitudes in life, the mutations”.

Facial Psychology - Disruptive conductDr. Sperber concludes ”That which establishes the formation of someone’s face initially dictates the whole future of this person because one’s face is one’s destiny”.

Diewert & Lozanoff (1993) conclude: ”The results of this study and analysis of the frontal section of the head, made by Diewert & Lozanoff (1993) : Diewert and others (1993) and Diewert and Wang (1993), shows the intimate relationship between the brain and face during normal cranio-facial growth. The face is essentially”endured” by the growing brain, which causes a multitude of morpho-genetic changes in the face, in particular during the beginning of this growth is when these cranio-facial anomalies develop.

With morph psychology we can see in the face the neuro-anatomical abnormalities which cause deficits or disorders, in many cases in the very first months of life, using this we can advise in the majority of cases, how to correct what would later be very difficult to put right. We can see blockages, phobias, depressions, cyclothymiacs, most bi-polar disorders, etc. and what is an obstacle to our development, using this we are in a better position to give.

Diewert & Lozanoff (1993) conclude: ”The results of this study and analysis of the frontal section of the head, made by Diewert & Lozanoff (1993) : Diewert and others (1993) and Diewert and Wang (1993), shows the intimate relationship between the brain and face during normal cranio-facial growth. The face is essentially ”endured” by the growing brain, which causes a multitude of morpho-genetic changes in the face, in particular during the beginning of this growth is when these cranio-facial anomalies develop.

With morph psychology we can see in the face the neuro-anatomical abnormalities which cause deficits or disorders, in many cases in the very first months of life, using this we can advise in the majority of cases, how to correct what would later be very difficult to put right. We can see blockages, phobias, depressions, cyclothymiacs, most bi-polar disorders, etc. and what is an obstacle to our development, using this we are in a better position to give.

The majority of psychopathologies have a wide range of overlapping neuroanatomical expressions in the brain and as a result in the face. Since the pattern of cognitive deficits are more dependent on the neuroanatomy of the disorder than it’s biological cause (a concept not quite grasped by most doctors and psychologists) Elkonom Goldgberg, Page 183. Cerebro ejecutivo Ed Ctritica. Armand Marie Leroi, expert in the field of human brain mutations, tells us “The eyes, nose and skin markings reflect almost all of the occasional illnesses of the environment. The face reflects the lack, or not, of vicissitudes in life, the mutations”Dr. Sperber concludes ”That which establishes the formation of someone’s face initially dictates the whole future of this person because one’s face is one’s destiny”.

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