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Meet your brain: An introduction to neuroscience (Brain Series)

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You probably heard about the 'right brain - left brain' theory. Well, forget everything about it. It's just not true. Recent studies show reality is far more complex and nuanced than that.
The NBA (or Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach) is a fascinating, innovative and multi-disciplinary approach born out of 25 years of scientific research. Discover how 4 brainstructure
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Kindle Edition, 34 pages
Published January 27th 2015 by Human Dimension
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The NBA appears to me the best way to start with basics of neuroscience.
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Just the introduction

Do check the author's other courses for a detailed practical application of NBA techniques in different areas of our lives.
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