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F Your Brain reveals what's going on in there while you sleep and dream how your brain makes memories and forms addictions and why we sometimes make bad Scientific American Day PDFEPUB #189 decisions The book also offers intriguing information about your emotional brain and what's happening when you're feeling love lust fear and anxiety and how sex drugs and rock and roll tickle the same spotsBased on the latest scientific information the book explores your brain's remarkable ability to change how your brain can make new neurons Scientific. Does this book give us enough Is it an accurate picture Can t answer either uestion but I enjoyed the read The book is divided into 24 hours and each section deals with a key event that illuminates one basic funtion of the brain The author stitches together research by a variety of sources to fill out the basics and in most cases this makes for an easily assimilated bit of knowledgeNo final exam which made the experience a lot easier that if I had to regurgitate any of that information

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The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain

Have you ever wondered what's happening American Day Kindle #180 in your brain as you go through a typical day and night This fascinating book presents an hour by hour round the clock journal of your brain's activities Drawing on the treasure trove of information from Scientific American and Scientific American Mind magazines as well as original material The Scientific PDFEPUBwritten specifically for this book Judith Horstman weaves together a compelling description of your brain at work and at play The Scientific American Day in the Life o. A fairly easy to read book on the brain if you discount the technical brain terms I will need to read it again to recall the various neurons and cells but the information was excellent It dispelled old thinking about the brain yet was clear that there is a lot that we still don t know Some of the interesting parts was how various processes and stress affect behaviour the timing of mylenation and the degree of completion can affect self control and why teenagers lack it and some mental illnesses This has implications for the concept of choice in regard to student behaviour stress can hurt your hippocampus the place where memories are formed and your prefrontal cortex where executive decisions are made That damage can make it difficult to learn new facts and skills and it can even provoke an attack of pseudo attention deficit disorder ADD in which we have difficulties concentrating Again what are the implications for teaching and learning This is also compounded by the fact that there is no generally accepted level at which stress is beneficial or becomes too muchThe information on sleep was also good basically we don t do well with sleep deprivation Shift work is terrible for the body as well A couple of new facts for me doctors were 30 percent likely to be unable to maintain a steady speed in the driving simulator compared to well rested doctors who had been drinking and women are likely to lose their baby fat in the first six months after giving birth if they get than five hours of shut eye a nightThe format an hour by hour description of what the brain is doing with the related research was effective in breaking down a difficult topic Worth the read

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American Day in the PDFEPUB or even into old age and why multitasking may be bad for youYour brain is uniuely yours but research is showing many of its day to day cycles are universal This book gives you a look inside your brain and some insights into why you may feel and act as you do The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Scientific American Day in the PDFEPUB or Brain is written in the entertaining informative and easy to understand style that fans of Scientific American and Scientific American Mind magazine have come to expect.. A fascinating read Human brain is indeed the most complex and yet fascinating organ of human body and this book did a great job in explaining some of the intricacies of it in the simplest way possible The read indeed was fulfilling and makes you feel brainier


10 thoughts on “The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain

  1. says:

    The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain is a Scientific American Mind book and it reads that way for familiar with the magazine by the same name It is a timeline sort of book of the brain’s activities Examples include what part of the brain controls the appetite what makes you want to sleep why is the middle of the afternoo

  2. says:

    A fairly easy to read book on the brain if you discount the technical brain terms I will need to read it again to

  3. says:

    This was one of those wonderful books that bridges the gap between scientist and lay person Each chapter is based on an hour of the twenty fou

  4. says:

    Does this book give us enough? Is it an accurate picture? Can't answer either uestion but I enjoyed the read The book is divided into 24 hours and each section deals with a key event that illuminates one basic funtion of the brain The author stitches together research by a variety of sources to fill out the basics and in most cases this makes for an easily assimilated bit of knowledgeNo final exam which made the experience a lot easier th

  5. says:

    Well my mom wrote it so I give it high marks cause I love her But actually it was really readable for a lay person like myself and I learned a lot in digestible snippets Holding my breath for the next one

  6. says:

    Accessible content and fresh organization More depth would have been nice all the sources are from Scientific American but I'm glad the book never lagged It's an easy practical introduction to the brain

  7. says:

    Very interesting Got lost in the technical terminology a bit but overall a good in depth discussion of different aspects of how you

  8. says:

    A fascinating read Human brain is indeed the most complex and yet fascinating organ of human body and this book did a great job in explaining some of the intricacies of it in the simplest way possible The read indeed was fulfilling and makes you feel brainier

  9. says:

    I spied this at the library and thought it looked really approachable for the lay person interested in learning how the brain impacts everything Can't wait to wrap my mind around this

  10. says:

    AmazingThis book was so helpful in explaining how the brain works; great brief info on seizures; good pictures

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