Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Life In Slow-Mo, Parkinson's Paradoxes Part 4



5 comments:

Steve said...

Peter, it's hard to comment because I'm so humbled by how much you accomplish despite your fiendish collaborator. And by how well you tell this story. By the way, are the paradoxes in the book or is this for volume 2?

Peter Dunlap-Shohl said...

Volume freaking 2??? I have yet to get volume 1 out there! I do discuss the Parkinson's paradoxes in the first manuscript (publisher still seems interested, but befitting a book about PD, slow is the watch word), but not in such a systematic way. And thanks as always for the encouragement.

Larry Johansen said...

So true! I live in Juneau and have written two books, one as an ebook, one ├ąpp for iPad, produced enough photography for three exhibits, and started three businesses.

Ward McBurney said...

Glad to hear that the increase in creativity is not due to obsessive behaviour ... no surprise, really, but when you are told or suspect otherwise, you begin to wonder ...

Peter Dunlap-Shohl said...

According to this study it's not. But I don't see why it couldn't be coupled with obsessive behavior. It would be hard to tease out the difference, at some level.