[PDF / Epub] ✪ The Brain: The Story of You ☆ David Eagleman – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Brain: The Story of You This Is The Story Of How Your Life Shapes Your Brain, And How Your Brain Shapes Your LifeJoin Renowned Neuroscientist David Eagleman On A Whistle Stop Tour Of The Inner Cosmos It S A Journey That Will Take You Into The World Of Extreme Sports, Criminal Justice, Genocide, Brain Surgery, Robotics, And The Search For Immortality On The Way, Amidst The Infinitely Dense Tangle Of Brain Cells And Their Trillions Of Connections, Something Emerges That You Might Not Have Expected To See You


8 thoughts on “The Brain: The Story of You

  1. says:

    This is really a very good book Clear and brimming with enthusiasm and genuine knowledge, for anyone who isn t up to date with brain science this book will be a revelation Modern brain scanning techniques provide evidence for where there was previously only speculation, and as is so often the case, the truth is stranger, uplifting, revealing and amazing than fiction o


  2. says:

    I am very new to the brain but I m exploring the concept of memory so this book was ideal to learn the basics in how the brain functions It is an easy book to understand and holds your attention If you are like me and find the use of academic text difficult to retain then this is the book for you.


  3. says:

    This is an excellent book of interest to everyone who has a brain It is the book of the TV series and follows it pretty closely although the TV series was also excellent Of particular interest to everyone, especially now, is chapter 5 Episode 5 where Eagleman reprises one of those seminal experiments which gives deep insight into our behaviour In essence he exposes the cor


  4. says:

    This is a thoroughly enjoyable and informative book Other books on the human brain have been interesting and informative, but sometimes hard work Not David Eagleman s book though He writes with such enthusiasm, making the latest understanding of the brain so relevant to our everyday lives and experiences This book of how the brain works is a great read and highly recommende


  5. says:

    This book is a great way to access a difficult subject, bridging the gap between the colloquial and the academic You don t need any prior knowledge to understand it There is some fascinating details, facts and research presented in plain English A few people have said this is very similar to Incognito, which I haven t read yet, so some caution might need to be exercised befo


  6. says:

    An amazing book, delving into neuroscience Informative, witty, and written in a way that is by no means patronising, but not inaccessible or too academic either.


  7. says:

    What a fabulous book David makes psychology really interesting and accessible for all I study psychology and it s an incredibly complex area, and reading academic papers can be hard work so an academic who can make this area of research so easy to understand is a god send Highly recommend.


  8. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this clearly explained account of how the brain works, how we receive and process information, and what makes us sentient beings The exploration towards the end of the book of the possibilities for artificial intelligence and brain immortality were a little harder to follow, but worth making the effort.The book itself is a sensory pleasure beautifully illus


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