"The Little Book Of The Mind" takes the reader on a fantastic tour of the mind, with 100 scientific insights into our cognitive processes and what they mean for us physically and intellectually. If you have ever wondered why a 'hunch' has turned out to be correct, why you felt eerily familiar in a place you have never been before, or why you are constantly procrastinating, "The Little Book Of The Mind" will have a scientific story to help you deconstruct and make sense of a particular situation. Divided into four sections for easy navigation, the book doubles as a fantastic read from cover to cover or as an intellectual tool to be consulted when you want to know more about a particular dream or thought.
About the Author
Surendra Verma is a science journalist and the author of numerous popular science books, including The Little Book of Unscientific Propositions, Theories and Things, The Little Book of Scientific Principles and The Little Book of Maths, and the children's book, Who Killed T. Rex?: Uncover the Mystery of the Vanished Dinosaurs.
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Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st August 2012
Dimensions (cm): 16.9 x 14.1 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.214