Many have thanked their God for the successes they have had…. I think they already got what it took to achieve whatever they did achieve, right from birth. The arguments I make for thinking this way are to be found in this book.
(PRWEB) May 26, 2015
Houston, Texas—Former airline pilot and now research scientist, Dr. Philip A. Ikomi, shares biological evidence on his claim that the psychological aspect of human beings relies on genetic composition and not on an individual’s level of intelligence.
The first edition of his book gathered misinterpretations, and these misunderstandings are what Dr. Ikomi aims to clear up in this edition by illustrating the role that genetics plays in the behavior of not only humans but also of animals and other organisms.
According to the author, “As I watch people brag and take pride for achievements in various fields of human endeavor, I have often wondered whether they are actually right in claiming to have achieved what they have, purely from their own singular attempts to better themselves and that anybody else, equally hard working in the same circumstances could have achieved the same level of success.”
Furthermore, he states, “Many have thanked their God for the successes they have had…. I think they already got what it took to achieve whatever they did achieve, right from birth. The arguments I make for thinking this way are to be found in this book.”
Philip A. Ikomi graduated summa cum laude in psychology from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio. He studied Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Bowling Green State University (BGSU), also in Ohio, where he obtained his doctoral degree. He is a former airline pilot and also trained at the Truck Driver Institute (TDI) in Sanford, Florida, where he obtained his Commercial Driving Certificate with double and triple trailer and Hazmat endorsements. He is currently a research scientist.
Title: Neuropsychological and Behavioral Evidence: People are Slaves of their Genetic Compositions
Author: Philip A. Ikomi
ISBN: 978-1-4958-0306-2 (Print)
Publication Date: July 2014
Publisher: Infinity Publishing