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Sommes nous à la merci de la chimie de notre cerveau? ue révèlent sur son compte l’imagerie médicale la génétiue ou l’informatiue ? Savez vous pouruoi vous êtes droitier ou gaucher comment l’on perçoit les couleurs ou de uelle manière se lit une IRM?Cet ouvrage de vulgarisation intelligente vous aidera à connaître chacune des 50 plus grandes théories de neurosciences en une double page 300 mots et une image pour une compréhension claire et rapideDécouvrez comment des réseaux composés de 90 milliards de neurones se synchronisent pour permettre la perception les mouvements la cognition et les émotions Apprenez de uelle manière votre cerveau définit votre personnalité et ce ui s’y passe durant votre sommeil Grâce au Cerveau en 30 secondes son glossaire sur le système olfactif l’encéphalogramme ou les phéromones ses biographies de pionniers des neurosciences et son traitement du langage des neurones ou de la méditation vous pénétrerez le monde fascinant de la conscience et des rêves


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    I liked this book far than I had anticipated perhaps because I was a bit misled by the title “Mind blowing ideas in neuroscience” prepared me for a bit hyperbole embellished speculations and ‘Neil deGrasse Tyson esque comparisons’ along the lines of “There are enough axons in your brain to connect the dots of stars in the Milky Way galaxytwice” Happily this bit of the title is far from representative of the thorough information provided throughout the book information of both a historical and scientific nature and very little of which goes for the ‘shock and awe factor’ that one would expect when it comes to ‘mind blowing ideas’ Instead the chapters were conveniently divided into sections focused on brain structure function cognition consciousness and much all the while delivering the material in a didactic yet digestible formatThe one section I intuitively disagreed with was Seth’s section on the hard problem of consciousness namely that he thinks the analogy of science’s debate around vitalism and the origins of life is akin to the issue we face whilst studying consciousness today Optimism is indeed our best bet to continue progress on the ‘easy problems’ but I just don’t think the hard problem is surmountable without changing some of our fundamental assumptions to bridge the categorical disjunction we face However I wasn’t surprised to see his view laid out here as his TedTalk and conversations with podcasters usually discuss it in the same manner Granted this is just my amateur theory of mind opinion on the topic and said section is merely one of 50 great passages in the book passages for which all eight contributing authors did a fantastic job explaining This book can be read from start to finish or easily referenced per topic depending on the section of interest A great book for anyone looking to get an overview of neuroscience and a mandatory read for those who studytake the topic seriously in their everyday livesAlso there was at least one mind blowing fact that warrants mention Schizophrenic people can tickle themselves