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.
An excellent book that counters the materialism pushed by many psychologists today. As a counsellor I find the ideas also helpful in areas other than OCD. Read morePublished 8 days ago by G. A. F. Seber
it is a book that requires complete attention and understanding of the different parts of the brain and much more has been learned about the brain since it was writtenPublished 3 months ago by Jerome E Rattner
This is an incredible book about the science of the mind. I am so glad I read it. The brain/mind is an amazing organ.Published 3 months ago by Evelyn Leavitt
If you wanna know what is happening and how you can control your brain and mind it is an awesome book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Virginie Hofmann
Schwartz et al focused too much attention on scientific controversy and academic infighting. The average non-neuroscientist reader probably doesn't care about inside baseball ;... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Challenged
This book encapsulates modern neuroscience breakthroughs regarding white matter self directed development. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carlos Jimenez
An excellent book arguing against material determinism using science of neuropsychology and quantum mechanics. Read morePublished 7 months ago by aivanther
Very good book for OCD sufferers.
It offers a very good guide into the functioning of the brain and mind.