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    "Controversies in Medicine and Neuroscience: Through the Prism of History, Neurobiology, and Bioethics (2023) is well worth reading and studying. It should be standard on all doctor’s bookshelves and among the interested laymen."

    - Russell L. Blaylock, President of Theoretical Neuroscience Research

Blindsight, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and the Brain: Thinking about Thinking

Advances in neuroscience are revolutionizing our society today. This book provides the basics to take advantage of the exciting developments at the frontiers of the field, while at the same time supplying insight into the wonders of everyday sensory experience. Topics discussed here include the senses, traumatic brain injuries, and diseases like Alzheimer’s. The book also explores neuroscience from the scale of components of individual cells, to the majestic and mysterious organ now contemplating itself.

Jen Krishnaswamy studied Physics at MIT, before obtaining her PhD in Biophysics at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on the nervous system, from the scale of components of the individual cell, or neuron, to the entire system crucial in understanding these words.

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Pages: 165

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