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SOURCES Below are the sources referenced throughout the book (in alphabetical order). You can also find these sources, along with links, at htww.co/sources. A Breath of Relief. Gerbarg, Patricia L. and Richard P. Brown. “Yoga: A breath of relief for Hurricane Katrina refugees,” Current Psychiatry, Vol 4, 2005. [pg 232] Ambient awareness. “Ambient awareness,” Wikipedia.org, Retrieved JUL 2012. [pg 106] Ambient Noise and Creative Cognition. Mehta, Ravi and Rui Zhu. “Is Noise Always Bad? Exploring the Effects of Ambient Noise on Creative Cognition,” Journal of Consumer Research, Vol 39, DEC 2012. [pg 131] Americans Stressed. Traynor, Kate. “80% of Americans Feel Stressed,” American Society of Health– System Pharmacists, 2003. [pg 223] Blink. Gladwell, Malcolm. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. Back Bay Books, 2007. [pg 142] Bodies Exhibition. From Bodies: The Exhibition Exhibit in New York, Retreived SEP 2011. [pg 207] Brain Rules. Medina, John. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, at Home, and School. Pear Press, 2009. [pg 33] Brave New World of Digital Intimacy. Thompson, Clive. “Brave New World of Digital Intimacy,” The New York Times, SEP 2008. [pg 106] Breathe Deep. “Breathe deep to lower blood pressure,” Associated Press, JUL 2006. [pg 232] 256

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