The right mind: making sense of the hemispheres
Twenty-five years after his bestselling "The Psychology of Consciousness", Robert Ornstein gives new insight into how the brain really works. In a brilliant and short book, the psychologist makes sense of the right brain/left brain controversy. Ornstein maintains that differences between left and right are not unique to humans--they occur even at the molecular level and turn up throughout evolution.
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Review: The Right Mind: Making Sense of the HemispheresUser Review - Jennifer Wingard - Goodreads
Ornstein, a psychologist, writes knowledgeably on a fascinating subject, the right-brain, left-brain divide. The authors style is a bit confusing and anecdotal at times but it is a good read. Read full review
The right mind: making sense of the hemispheresUser Review - Book Verdict
The author of 25 books, including the best-selling The Psychology of Consciousness (LJ 5/1/73), Ornstein here sums up what we know about the brain today.
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