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Another brilliant Oliver-Sachs-type neurology "session" by an educator interested in the intelligent layperson.Published 14 days ago by unsworthyeti
Needed this for a class this past year and it was a tough read. Very difficult introduction to neuroscience because I personally had very little knowledge of it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Megan Kasperczyk
Great reading and reference for a psychology fan! I intend to use this as a reference book in my classroom.Published 2 months ago by Sheryl Brock
In this scientiffically-oriented memoir, Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel has found balances that have eluded some of the other popular writers on neuroscience. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John H. Walker
As a retired, old, psychologist, I enjoyed the entire presentation with all the new information. My major purpose for the purchase was to read then gift a great- granddaughter,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Virgiia Sargent
What else shoud I say? Great book written by a great man. Definitely worth reading if you are interested in science and history.Published 4 months ago by Anna Bugaj
This was a Good book.i bought it for an assignment for my anatomy class and found it interesting not badPublished 5 months ago by Cristina pedroza