- 1 About the book
- 2 About this website
- 3 Locating endnotes here
- 4 Other questions?
About the book
What is How Emotions are Made?
How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain is a science book about emotion, written for the general public, by Lisa Feldman Barrett.
About this website
Is this website similar to the book?
This website is much more technical than the book.
How Emotions are Made is written in plain English for the general public. This website adds scientific details that were too lengthy or complex for the book.
I haven't read the book. Can I still use this website?
Certainly! You'll probably need the book, however, to understand the content fully. This site isn't complete in itself — I wrote it as a supplement to the book.
Locating endnotes here
What is heam.info?
Web addresses like
http://heam.info/... are just shortcuts to reach individual endnotes on this site. These shortcuts appear in the printed endnotes in How Emotions are Made.
Since you are already on this site, you don't need these shortcuts. Just use the search box above.
How do I search for endnotes?
If the book refers you a web endnote like this:
enter that "something" in the search box above. For example, if the book directs you to, then search for affect-1.
Is there a glossary of terms?
Yes, right here.