In the Human Brain, psychologists, educators, and those without specialized scientific training will find an up-to-date introduction to the workings of the human brain. In straightforward, clear language, eight eminent scientists explain the functions and workings of the various parts of the brain. You will discover some of the most recent findings on how the brain stores and retrieves information, where the centers of sensory and cognitive functions are, the different functions of the two hemispheres, and how the brain differs among individuals. You will also learn how these recent strides in our understanding of the brain can be used to help the learning and educative process. A special feature of this book is a concise Glossary that makes the technical terms easy to understand. These articles, written by recognized experts from a wide range of scientific expertise, give readers a thorough understanding of how the brain works and how this knowledge can provide a better understanding of emotional and learning problems in individuals.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1977. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0134446615