The Little Book of The Mind
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||170 x 141 x 17|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||23 Jul 2012|
|Subject Classification||Educational material / Educational: Sciences, general science|
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 of thought.
Surendra Verma is a journalist and author based in Melbourne. His recent popular-science books include The Little Book of Scientific Principles, Theories & Things; The Little Book of Maths Theorems, Theories & Things; and a children book, Who Killed T. Rex?: Uncover the Mystery of the Vanished Dinosaurs.