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Incognito
Incognito
David Eagleman
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2.0 out of 5 stars Derivative and vague June 5, 2011
Reviewer: whiteelephant (see more about me)
Perhaps I shouldn't have read this book. I am a neuroscientist, and clearly this is meant for a lay audience, however I often enjoy such books for their concise synthesis of research and the freedom they give the author to speculate. Unfortunately it became clear quickly that this would not be... Read More

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