Schwartz's explanation of mind brain philosophies is the most interesting part of the book in my opinion.
One can believe, as most neuroscientists do, that the mind is nothing more than a consequence of purely physical process'.
I read this book for my neuroscience class and found this book to be an easy read as well as very informative.
Fascinating reading! There is so much we are learning about the capacities and capabilities of our brain!!!! Continue the research!!!!Published 11 days ago by Judith Rosevear
This books sets out to scientifically prove that them ind can heal the body. Neuroplasticity is an amazing concept and in this book it is used in depth to treat and cure many... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harrison Stamathis
I love this book!!! If you have any interest in psychology and some training in it, this book is totally fascinating. I have recommended it to a ton of other people in psychPublished 1 month ago by kailea
Full of great information that has helped my family understand my brain injuryPublished 2 months ago by Melissa D. Olson
My friend, Dean Overman, had recommended Jeffrey Schwartz's rather dated book which I read only earlier this year to have found it fascinating, particularly concerning the author's... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John P. Kyle
Schwartz provides a strong argument in favor of free will. He discusses research in areas such as neuroplasticity and his own research on obsession-compulsive disorders that show... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sharon L. Presley