Human Communication and the Brain: Building the Foundation for the Field of Neurocommunication by Donald B. Egolf, explores communication in a variety of contexts, including intrapersonal, interpersonal, and mass communication. In this in-depth analysis, Egolf discusses the methodological and ethical issues in the neurocommunication field, and concludes with a look at future trends in the area. Human Communication and the Brain is an essential academic study that will stimulate and intrigue anyone interested in the neural bases of message generation and reception, and cutting edge insights into the human brain.
Donald B. Egolf is an associate professor of communication at the University of Pittsburgh.
Part One. Introduction Chapter 1. The Age of the Brain Chapter 2. Neuroscience Notes Chapter 3. Methodologies Chapter 4. Human Communication Part Two. Brain Messages in Selected Communication Contexts Chapter 5. Intrapersonal Communication Chapter 6. Interpersonal Communication Chapter 7. Communication in Wider Contexts Chapter 8. Communication Disorders Chapter 9. Augmenting Communication Part Three. Issues and Future Trends Chapter 10. Methodolocial issues Chapter 11. Ethical Issues Chapter 12. Future Trends