Programs of the brain: based on the Gifford lectures, 1975-7

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Oxford University Press, 1978 - Business & Economics - 325 pages
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An explanation of the functions, capacities, and mechanisms of the brain, as that organ affects all human thought and activity

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Contents

Whats in a brain?
1
Programs of the brain
5
Living and choosing
12
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About the Author:
J.Z.Young, Professor Emeritus at University College, London and Honorary Fellow of the British Academy, is a distinguished scientific researcher and has written many books, including An Introduction to the Study of Man, Programs of the Brain, and The Life of Vertebrates.

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