Augusto Cury

Augusto Cury (born October 2, 1958) is a Brazilian physician, psychiatrist, psychotherapist and writer. He developed the Multifocal Theory, about the functioning of the mind and the construction process of thought. His books have sold over 30 million copies in his country and is Brazil's most read author.

He is a researcher in the field of quality of life and development of intelligence, addressing the nature, construction and dynamics of emotion and thoughts. He develops researches in Spain in Educational Sciences in the area of quality of life. Published in more than 40 countries, Cury lectured at the BYU University's 13th International Conference on Intolerance and Discrimination, in the US. He's doctor honoris causa by UNIFIL (''Centro Universitário Filadélfia'' in Londrina), and member of honor of the Academy of Gifted People of the Intelligence Institute, in the city of Porto, Portugal. In March 2008, was created the Augusto Cury's Study Centre (''Centro de Estudos Augusto Cury'', in Portuguese), in Portugal, integrated in the Intelligence Institute from that country. Provided by Wikipedia
by Cury, Augusto
Published 2011
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