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Product Description: Mystery FilesMystery Files tries to unlock the secrets behind some of the most incredible stories in history---from lost ancient cities and vanishing ships to unbelievable scientific phenomena.Scientists have only just started to unravel the secrets of the human brain...read more

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9780778780748 | Crabtree Pub Co, February 28, 2015, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: Discusses what is known about the brain and how it works and examines situations that people claim to experience but that cannot yet be explained, including premonitions, the unusual experiences of some twins, and memories of past lives.

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9780778780700 | Crabtree Pub Co, February 28, 2015, cover price $27.60 | About this edition: Mystery FilesMystery Files tries to unlock the secrets behind some of the most incredible stories in history---from lost ancient cities and vanishing ships to unbelievable scientific phenomena.

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Product Description: In this provocative study, Michael R. Trimble, M.D., tackles the interrelationship between brain function, language, art―especially music and poetry―and religion. By examining the breakdown of language in several neuropsychiatric disorders, he identifies brain circuits that are involved with metaphor, poetry, music, and religious experiences...read more

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9780801884818 | 1 edition (Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, April 16, 2007), cover price $38.00 | About this edition: In this provocative study, Michael R.

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Product Description: Fun, informative poetry about the brain. Elephant on brain "You have a lot on your mind" Neurologist says. The brain has fascinated philosophers and scientists for centuries. And why not? It is perhaps the most mysterious thing in the universe...read more

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9780393708325 | Reissue edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, May 20, 2013), cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Fun, informative poetry about the brain.

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Product Description: Does listening to Mozart make us more intelligent? Is there such a thing as a gay gene? Does the size of the brain matter? Does the moon influence our behaviour? Can we communicate with the dead? Can graphology tell us anything about a person's character? Is the human brain clonable? What role do dreams have in cognition? Can mind conquer matter and diseases? Are out-of-body experiences possible? Can we trust our intuitions? To some, the answer to all these questions might well be a resounding 'no', but to many people these represent serious beliefs about the mind and brain - beliefs that drive their everyday behaviour, beliefs that cost them huge amounts of money...read more
By Sergio Della Sala (editor)

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9780198568766 | 1 edition (Oxford Univ Pr, February 15, 2007), cover price $220.00 | About this edition: Does listening to Mozart make us more intelligent?

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9780198568773 | 1 edition (Oxford Univ Pr, March 8, 2007), cover price $75.00 | About this edition: Does listening to Mozart make us more intelligent?

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Product Description: Dr. Juan is that rarest of rarities, a scholar with a sense of humor. He fearlessly tours the brain's mysterious corridors, discussing such wide-ranging topics as phobias, compulsive water drinking, serial killers, the secrets of hypnotism, and the man who thought he was a cat...read more

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9780740761591 | Andrews McMeel Pub, September 1, 2006, cover price $10.95 | About this edition: Dr.
9780732257248 | Harpercollins Australia, April 1, 1999, cover price $11.95 | About this edition: The Odd Brain provides fascinating explanations as to why we sometimes experience deja vu, are obsessed by a body flaw, crave chocolate, think we're possessed, think we have a "double" following us, or believe we are invisible.

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A study of a momentous scientific breakthrough describes British physician Thomas Willis's first examination of an intact human brain in 1663; the revolutionary discovery that the brain was the central organ that governed the human body, memory, reasoning, and emotion; and the influence of that discovery on modern science. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

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9780743230384 | Free Pr, December 30, 2003, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: Describes the first examination of an intact human brain in 1663; the discovery that the brain was the central organ that governed the human body, memory, reasoning, and emotion; and the influence of that discovery on modern science.

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9780743272056 | Reprint edition (Atria Books, June 1, 2005), cover price $23.99 | About this edition: Describes the first examination of an intact human brain in 1663; the discovery that the brain was the central organ that governed the human body, memory, reasoning, and emotion; and the influence of that discovery on modern science.

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