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Excellent Buonomano reveals the intricate limitations and blessings of the most complex device in the known universe The Atlantic The human brain may be the best piece of technology ever created, but it s far from perfect Drawing on colorful examples and surprising research, neuroscientist Dean Buonomano exposes the blind spots and weaknesses that beset our brains and lead us to make misguided personal, professional, and financial decisions Whether explaining why we are susceptible to advertisements or demonstrating how false memories are formed, Brain Bugs not only explains the brain s inherent flaws but also gives us the tools to counteract them 10 illustrations...

Title : Brain Bugs: How the Brain's Flaws Shape Our Lives
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ISBN : 0393342220
ISBN13 : 978-0393342222
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 572 Pages
File Size : 662 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Brain Bugs: How the Brain's Flaws Shape Our Lives Reviews

  • Amazon Customer
    2020-01-29 22:52

    This book was purchased as an audiobook and later a paperback. It is well written, so much so, that if non-fiction could be a page turner, this is it. I use the information of how the original architecture of our brain leads us astray on rational thinking on a daily basis. On which brain flaw is how we choose what immediately looks good, rather than the better long term solution. If we don't delay the initial thought, we can loose out on the better option. So many more... all the points have served me well and is a regular part of my conversation with my best friends.

  • A. D. Thibeault
    2020-02-13 05:01

    *A full executive summary of this book is available at newbooksinbrief dot com.

  • Boofus D
    2020-02-12 21:53

    I read this book over a month ago and I haven't yet stopped thinking about it. It is a fascinating account of how the brain learns and associates ideas. The brain is continually manipulating data in order to make that data fit the brain's template of the world. This book redefined my opinion of what it means to learn.

  • Muas
    2020-02-16 00:08

    Got this book for as a requirement text for one of my course but ended up liking it very much! Great book, really makes you think and is not your everyday, boring education book. Definitely get this book just to read! I'm thinking about keeping book for personal use.

  • Karl Hess
    2020-02-22 22:55

    well written, not a lot of new information for people who are familiar with the topic.

  • J. Scot Prunckle
    2020-02-15 23:56

    I have this book as a requirement for a class. It is an interesting read. I was quite surprised by how much I enjoyed it. If this is a subject that interests you, I would certainly recommend it!

  • abdul meskienyar
    2020-02-14 02:06

    This book will help it's readers be better critical thinkers. A lot of interesting phenomenon that we in this advertising, media age should be aware of. (I'm not convinced a single bit by the theory of evolution, so I docked a star)

  • Denise
    2020-01-30 22:09

    school book