4 edition of How the Brain Works (Essential Science) found in the catalog.
March 7, 2002 by Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd .
Written in English
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It looks at techniques for controlling the brain using electric and magnetic fields, as well as investigating the latest technologies that allow you to control the outside world using your mind alone/5(6).
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From anatomy, it moves on to function, explaining how the brain works constantly and unnoticed to regulate processes such as heartbeat and breathing and how it collects information from the external world to produce the experiences of.
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The brain works like a big computer. It processes information that it receives from the senses and body, and sends messages back to the body.
But the brain can do much more than a machine can: humans think and experience emotions with their brain, and it is the root of human intelligence.
The human brain is roughly. This book covers the computational theory of mind and evolutionary psychology. The former asserts that the mind is the computational product of the brain. The later examines how many aspects of human nature can be explained as biological adaptations.
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I read a couple of books a month. And, as you know, I’m fascinated with the weird ways our brain works and the biology of the mind. This is a short list of great books about the human brain which anyone can read.
No need for a neuroscience degree, just a lot of curiosity. How the Brain Works Hardcover – January 1, by Peter Abrahams (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ 33 /5(2). This book is about the brain and how it works.
It has lots of science and lots of information on the brain. I would reccanmend this book to someone who wants to become a doctor or very instrested in the brain and how it works. This book gives info on 4/5.
How Your Brain Works Loretta G. Breuning, PhD a million-year success story. Insane Science: 5 New Books That Explain The Brain From religion to pornography and die-hard optimists to remorseless sociopaths, reading about neuroscience can be a lot more fun than dodging.
A DK book designed for kids is What Goes On in My HEAD: How Your Brain Works and Why You Do What You Do by Robert Winston. It has a great layout with tons of pictures and is packed full of information. Kids LOVE to browse through it.
The text is most appropriate for grades three and up, but the pictures are for everyone. Creating Mind: How the Brain Works Revised Edition What makes us human and unique among all creatures is our brain.
Consciousness, perception, emotion, memory, learning, language, and intelligence all originate in and depend on the brain. All of these tasks are coordinated, controlled and regulated by an organ that is about the size of a small head of cauliflower. Your brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves make up a complex, integrated information-processing and control system known as your central nervous tandem, they regulate all the conscious and unconscious facets of your life.
What makes us human and unique among all creatures is our brain. Consciousness, perception, emotion, memory, learning, language, and intelligence all originate in and depend on the brain. Over the past century, our understanding of the brain has raced forward to reveal many of the mechanisms by which the brain creates mind and consciousness.4/5(42).
How The Brain Works takes the reader from the physiology of the brain through to its processes – such as what happens in the brain while we sleep – and on to traumas, diseases and psychological conditions. In this accessible and fascinating book, readers will learn the answers to these questions and many more.
How the Brain Works takes the reader from the physiology of the brain through to its processes—such as what happens in the brain while we sleep—and on to traumas, diseases, and psychological : Metro Books.
The human brain is the most complex organ of the body, and arguably the most complex thing on earth. This booklet is an introduction for young students. In this booklet, we describe what we know about how the brain works and how much there still is to learn. Its study involves scientists and medical doctors from manyFile Size: 4MB.
Dr. David A. Sousa is an international consultant in educational neuroscience and author of 15 books that suggest ways that educators and parents can translate current brain research into strategies for improving learning.
A member of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, he has conducted workshops in hundreds of school districts on brain research, instructional. The Thalamus relaying sensory information like touch and acting as a center for pain perception.
Temporal Lobe of the Brain The temporal lobe is for p. The brain is the master organ of the body. The brain takes in all information relating to the body’s internal and external environments, and it produces the appropriate responses.
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Reading is a complex process. It requires different areas of the brain to be activated in a coordinated and synchronised way. This video demonstrates the 'working brain. How the Brain Works.
The brain controls your ability to think, talk, feel, see, hear, remember things, walk and much more. It even controls your breathing. The brain is a soft mass of supportive tissues and nerves connected to the spinal cord. Your Brain At Work is his most popular book, which dives into the brains of Emily and Paul, two fictional characters.
As they go through their day they face a lot of challenges, like information overload, lack of focus, emotions boiling over and trying to give feedback to others without criticizing them.
These brief videos provide an introductory appreciation of how we learn skills and information, move, think, feel, speak and remember. They are brought to you by the UCLA Brain Research Institute. It is well written and captivating with good examples that give you a thorough understanding of how the brain works, how it compensates, and how and why it sometimes fails.
My only issue with the book is that its suppose to be written as an interesting read for the masses but it often feels like a text book. To me it heavily focuses on 5/5(1). How the Mind Works is a book by the Canadian-American cognitive scientist Steven Pinker, in which the author attempts to explain some of the human mind's poorly understood functions and quirks in evolutionary terms.
Drawing heavily on the paradigm of evolutionary psychology articulated by John Tooby and Leda Cosmides, Pinker covers subjects such as Author: Steven Pinker. How Does the Brain Work?—Video that helps explain how the brain works.
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In this book, we travel inside Emily and Paul’s brains as they attempt to sort the vast quantities of information they’re presented with, figure out how to prioritize it, organize it and act on it.
Fortunately for Emily and Paul, they’re in good hands: David Rock knows how the brain works-and more specifically, how it works in a work setting. Your Brain at Work The Book James Ryven T Available at Amazon “Simply put, this intriguing book offers fascinating research about the brain’s functions, limitations and capacities, and it teaches us how we can “direct” our own brain chemistry in order to achieve fulfillment and success.
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There's always the answer in the back of the book, and what you're trying to do is get yourself through. getAbstract recommends his readable, useful insights on how the brain works, how to improve its function, and how to boost and sustain your ability to focus.
About the Author Co-founder of the NeuroLeadership Institute and Summit, David Rock wrote Coaching with the Brain in Mind, Quiet Leadership and Personal Best.8/10(). The best of the brain books in featured deception, empathy, placebos, gaming, algorithms, microbes and that little voice in your head.
Whether touching on psychology, neuroscience or the mind. A more recent study frompublished in the journal Cerebral Cortex, revealed watching too much TV could actually alter the composition of the human brain. When researchers studied children between the ages of 5 they discovered the more time spent in front of the TV, the thicker the frontal lobe region of their brains developed.
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Reading puts your brain to work. Reading is to the mind what exercise is to your body. It gives us freedom to roam the expanse of space, time, history, and offer a deeper view of ideas, concepts.