Brain Facts identifies the unusual facts that surround the study of the human brain. It also takes a close look at how the brain works, where in the brain its major functions reside, and how the different parts of the brain interact with each other to produce the human experience. With straightforward explanation of complex science and enlightening illustrations, this book brings into focus the the remarkable and mysterious organ at the center of the nervous system.
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Facts About Emotions and Moods
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