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The secret life of the brain / [Text]

by Restak, Richard M; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Dana Press Joseph Henry Press, c2001Description: xx, 201 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0309074355.Subject(s): Brain | NeuropsychologySummary: Describes the complex functions of the human brain at every stage of life, from infancy through death, and explains how recent scientific developments have unlocked some of the brain's mysteries.
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NF 612.8 M Sensation and perception / NF 612.8 P The brain and nervous system / NF 612.8 R Nerve endings : NF 612.8 R The secret life of the brain / NF 612.8 R The nervous system / NF 612.8 U A brain is born : NF 612.8 V Brain facts /

Includes index. Companion to PBS television documentary: The secret life of the brain.

Library Journal, February 2002

Describes the complex functions of the human brain at every stage of life, from infancy through death, and explains how recent scientific developments have unlocked some of the brain's mysteries.

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