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Synaptic Self: How Our Brains Become Who We Are

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Following up his 1996 "The Emotional Brain, " the world-renowned brain expert presents a groundbreaking work that tells a more profound story: how ... Show synopsis

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  • Inner workings of the mind revealed. Dec 28, 2009
    by Andy

    This is a wonderful high-school (and higher) text on the workings of the brain. The writing is clear and crisp, without too many complex terms to learn, and does an excellent job of leading the reader to the conclusion which the author hopes one shall reach. This doesn't answer the 'chicken or the egg' question of "are we predestined by our genes to be whom we become", but sidesteps that issue in a neat and comprehensive manner.

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