Ronald K. Siegel - Psychology - 1992 - 275 pages
A look at hallucination reveals the cartography of the hallucinatory world through case histories that feature a pool shark, a nurse who sees swastikas on her patients ...
Oliver W. Sacks - Social Science - 1989 - 180 pages
A neurologist investigates the world of the deaf, examining their past and present treatment at the hands of society, and assesses the value and significance of sign language.
Susan J. Blackmore - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1993 - 291 pages
Discusses the stages of dying, examines the accounts of near-death experiences, and argues that brain chemistry, rather than afterlife, best explains the sensations felt near death
Todd E. Feinberg - Psychology - 2002 - 205 pages
The author draws on his experiences as a psychiatrist and neurologist to offer a new theory of the self, explaining how the complex workings of the brain unite to create the self.
Allen D. Bragdon, David Gamon - Alcoholism - 2000 - 125 pages
Defines and describes ten conditions characterized by brain activity different from the norm, including left-handedness, perfect pitch, dyslexia, seasonal affective disorder ...