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Recommended reading


The Brain

by M.O’Shea

Oxford University Press 2005

In this fascinating book, Michael O’Shea provides a non-technical introduction to the main issues and findings in current brain research.

The Brain Changes Itself

by Norman Doidge Meet the ninety-year-old doctor who is still practicing medicine, the stroke victim who learned to move and talk again and the woman with half a brain that rewired itself to work as a whole.

This Is Your Brain On Music

by David Levitin

Dutton Penguin 2008

Music is an obsession at the heart of human nature, even more fundamental to our species than language.


by Wilma George

Fontana 1982

Charles Darwin (1809-82) was one of those rare people – Copernicus, Newton and Marx are others – whose work has totally changed the way in which we think about life and about ourselves.

Fighting The Migraine Epidemic

by Angela Stanton A complete guide (manual) to migraine prevention and treatment without taking any medicines.

On The Origin of Species

by Charles Darwin

Penguin 2009

Written for a general readership, On the Origin of Species sold out on the day of its publication and has remained in print ever since.

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