Mind Myths: Exploring Popular Assumptions About the Mind and Brain
Sergio Della Sala, Della Sala Sergio
Wiley, Jun 2, 1999 - Psychology - 291 pages
Currently there is a gap between what scientists know about the mind and brain and the assumptions that others draw from sources of everyday information such as newspapers, popular press and television. Mind Myths attempts to close this gap by bringing together top international neuroscientists and psychologists to provide a fascinating and scientifically reliable insight into the neuropsychological and cognitive phenomena that are frequently reported in the media. A multitude of mind myth topics are tackled, for example
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