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The mind and the brain: neuroplasticity and the power of mental force

By: Schwartz, Jeffrey M.
Contributor(s): Begley, Sharon.
Publisher: New York Harper Collins Publishers 2002Description: xii, 420 p.ISBN: 9780060393557.Subject(s): Brain | Neuroplasticity | Neuropsychology | CognitionDDC classification: 153 Summary: Schwartz, a UCLA psychiatrist, examines how and why the mind and the brain have been defined as separate things. MIND AND THE BRAIN also explores how brain dysfunctions are being reconsidered and how new treatments are reconstructing neural pathways once believed to be irreparable. An exploration of some of the hardest questions in contemporary science -- those that involve the relationship between brain and mind. Clearly spells out arguments for a possible solution to the problem of where consciousness belongs in the natural world.
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Schwartz, a UCLA psychiatrist, examines how and why the mind and the brain have been defined as separate things. MIND AND THE BRAIN also explores how brain dysfunctions are being reconsidered and how new treatments are reconstructing neural pathways once believed to be irreparable. An exploration of some of the hardest questions in contemporary science -- those that involve the relationship between brain and mind. Clearly spells out arguments for a possible solution to the problem of where consciousness belongs in the natural world.

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