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Incognito: The Secret Lives of The Brain | Paperback

Released on 26 April 2012

Author: David Eagleman | Format: Paperback

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A sparkling and provocative book on neuroscience.

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A very interesting topic that is explained clearly and is easy to understand. I reviewed this book as part of some AS level coursework, and had a great time reading and analysing it. I would recommend it to anyone interested in neuroscience, especially beginners like me!

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AuthorDavid Eagleman
PublisherCanongate Books Ltd (GB)
Year2012
ISBN9781847679406
FormatPaperback - 304 Pages
Illustrationsill