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Think Smart: A Neuroscientist's Prescription for Improving Your Brain's Performanceby Richard M. Restak
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From a renowned neuroscientist and bestselling author comes a book that shows readers how to improve and tone the brain.
In the last five years, there have been exciting new scientific discoveries about the brain, its function, and its performance. In this fascinating, entertaining book, brain expert Dr. Richard Restak has asked his colleagues-the world's leading brain scientists and researchers-an important question: What can I do to help my brain work more efficiently? Their surprising answers are at the heart of Think Smart. In his characteristically accessible style, Restak explains the latest scientific discoveries about our brain and gives readers strategies on how they can keep their most powerful organ in top condition and fight off its decline.
In his characteristically accessible style, renowned neuroscientist and bestselling author Restak explains the latest scientific discoveries about the brain and gives readers strategies on how they can keep their most powerful organ in top condition.
About the Author
Richard Restak, M.D., is an award-winning neuroscientist, neuropsychiatrist, and clinical professor of neurology at George Washington University's Medical Center. The author of 18 acclaimed books about the brain, he has penned dozens of articles for a variety of publications.
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