Inside the Brain: Revolutionary Discoveries of How the Mind Works

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Aug 1, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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This revised, updated edition of a remarkable, highly praised book takes an in-depth look at the latest scientific findings about this most fascinating human organ. Pulitzer Prize winning author Ronald Kotulak reveals new understandings about how nature builds the brain then develops it during early life. In easy-to-understand text he explains how scientists have changed their once-held belief that brains learn from a preset, unchangeable set of rules.
 

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This book was really informative, and for the most part easy to understand. I'm not sure that I subscribe to all of the author's recommendations (recommendations may be too strong of a word, perhaps ... Read full review

Contents

Revealing the Secrets of the Brain
3
Tracking Down the Monster within Us
65
Part Three HOW THE BRAIN FIXES ITSELF
129
Keys to Better Memory
140
Chemicals That Fix the Brain
149
Keeping the Brain Sharp as We Age
160
Reversing Stroke and Spinal Cord Damage
173
EPILOGUE
187
BIBLIOGRAPHY
201
INDEX
213
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