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How to Be a Genius Hardcover – October 5, 2009
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This book will allow you to do just that and more. Not only will you be able to read more about the brain itself as well as famous scientists, painters or composers but you will find fun activities to do alone or with other throughout the book. The book is divided into eight sections:
Meet Your Brain - this section is presenting you the brain as we know it by showing you the different parts of the brain and explaining the difference between the left side and the right side. It will also explain nerves, neurons and brain waves.
Come to Your Senses - Senses are very helpful to allow you to understand better the world around you. This section will let you discover how your senses can be tricked with exercises and how you can develop your senses in order to better understand how they work. You will also discover who Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was.
How Memory Works - What is memory? This specific section will let you know how to improve your memory, how to pay attention to details and make associations. You will also learn more about Albert Einstein.
Problem Solving - In this section, you can better understand how you learn, discover how to solve mazes and puzzles, explore logic and brainteasers, as well as discover how to resolve math problems. You will also learn more about George Washington Carver (a personality I am fascinated with lately) and Wernher von Braun.Read more ›
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Bunk! There is no evidence that books like these containing exercises will boost your brain power in any long term or meaningful way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah Smith
Caution: this book is not as scientific as one would think. As I was leafing through, it referenced the male and female brains, not the left vs right brains. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shells
My 9-year old daughter who loves science stuff, adored this book. It is chock full of information in bright illustrations and interesting layouts.Published 17 months ago by Mother Bee
I bought this for the grandkids. A little bit less fun than I expected but still goodPublished 19 months ago by John D. Burke