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"Neurobiology professor Buonomano examines the functioning — and rather frequent malfunctioning — of the human brain, outlining the surprising ways the mind's nodes, neurons, and synapses allow human beings to process, sort, remember, forget, and even ignore information. Intriguingly, narrator William Hughes is also a professor (of political science at Southern Oregon University) and brings some of that classroom experience to his compelling reading, verbally underscoring key phrases and definitions, pausing meaningfully between sections, and pacing himself like a college lecturer. The audiobook also includes a bonus disc of illustrations and extras. A Norton hardcover. (July)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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9781455111282
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Buonomano, Dean
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Blackstone Audiobooks
Subject:
General-General
Publication Date:
20110731
Binding:
COMPACT DISC
Language:
English

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Neurobiology professor Buonomano examines the functioning — and rather frequent malfunctioning — of the human brain, outlining the surprising ways the mind's nodes, neurons, and synapses allow human beings to process, sort, remember, forget, and even ignore information. Intriguingly, narrator William Hughes is also a professor (of political science at Southern Oregon University) and brings some of that classroom experience to his compelling reading, verbally underscoring key phrases and definitions, pausing meaningfully between sections, and pacing himself like a college lecturer. The audiobook also includes a bonus disc of illustrations and extras. A Norton hardcover. (July)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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