Brains that Work a Little Bit Differently: Recent Discoveries about Common Mental Diversities

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Brainwaves Books, 2000 - Alcoholism - 125 pages
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Conditions such as colour blindness, seasonal affective disorder, alcoholism, attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, obesity, autism, synesthesia, and even deja vu all have specific brain-to-body connections. This book provides insights into the symptoms, causes, and consequences of these abnormalities in their milder forms, as well as other health matters that statistically accompany each condition. Checklists and testing exercises used for professional diagnosis of these cognitive abnormalities are provided, as are probable causes and consequences of each.

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Allen D. Bragdon, the founder of the Brainwaves Center, is the founding editor of "Games" magazine and former editor of the "New York Times" "Playspace" puzzle column syndicated internationally in the 1980s. He lives on Cape Cod.
 
David Gamon, Ph.D., holds advanced degrees in the cognitive sciences from the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Oakland, California.

Gamon holds advanced degrees in the cognitive sciences from the University of California Berkeley.

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