About the Author
Michael O'Shea is Director of the Sussex Center for Neuroscience.
A good overview of the brain and the neuroscience along with the history/, an easy read even for the non=scientist.Published 4 months ago by Mike Beymer
The medical terminology is well explained so a non medical person can understand what an incredible 'machine' the brain is in its relationship with the central nervous system.Published 6 months ago by Ann Turner
This was one of the first ebooks that I bought from the Kindle store. It is an ultra-brief introduction to your brain. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Reasonable Ape
Small book with a lot of information. The book arrived in excellent condition and is a good addition to my library.Published 7 months ago by Jolene Palmer
Thought I'd start my reeducation with something easy so I picked something I sort of already keep up on. Read morePublished 8 months ago by jkcook
Covers the topics that I was interested in reading about.
This book appears to be an original work by the author, although there may be
other similar titles.
Beware the nouns and pronouns, your brain? Are they talking about their brains or mine? Should be my brain. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kay F Gibbs
I don't think one could have written a better book for the layman in such a small space. I was very surprised how much the author was able to cram in such a little book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kevin
After reading the reviews on this page, I was excited to read a book that would provide a "layman" like myself an easy introduction to the workings and ways of the brain. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Greg Hovanesian