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Second, he makes conclusions that do not appear to follow from the evidence that he gives.
It is an easy book to read, anyone that reads it well is certainly going to have some interesting thinking to do.
Restak goes a long way in giving us good suggestions of exercises we can do to strenthen our mental faculties.
As an aging 64 year old I was concerned about my ability to retain mental efficiency into later years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob's Beekeeping
Great book and a great deal!
It doesn't matter what drives you to read a book, this one is a must read to understand yourself better on a very scientific and practical... Read more
I don't know much about the contents, but I do know that he read it and that says an awful lot for a 13 year old who is much into video games!Published 5 months ago by Bubbles
Dispells a lot of bunk about te aging of the brain. An easy read, good references and a lot of common sensePublished 7 months ago by Noah Borkenhagen
I liked Restak's in depth incursions in various aspects of brain development and maintenance. His approach was to stress the importance of a healthy physical body with the various... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tye Ellinwood
This book has many suggestions for improving brain power. Some are more easily accomplished than others. I would recommend it.Published 9 months ago by Lynda Preiser
THe book was interesting - particularly the first part of the book about the interrelatedness of our physical health, emotional health, etc., and brain function. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tom Noonan
It was nice to get this entire book on 1 disk. The quality of the mp3 files is not a problem at all (I was worried it'd be a low bit rate). Read morePublished 11 months ago by 123
Immediately upon receiving this book, I read the text on the back cover. My already high level of interest was elevated further. Read morePublished 14 months ago by John Tyler Gibson