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The Brain By Gail Foure Seelig
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The Brain is one of a series of modules designed as instructional aids for teachers teaching science. This module provides illustrated step-by-step guides for hands-on experiments for a teacher to... More > use in teaching the functions of the brain. The Brain module examines the mammalian brain, explores the lobes of this most remarkable and complex organ, and gives insight into the amazing architecture that allows the brain to be the command center of the body.< Less
The Science of Brain Fitness By Gordon Keiser
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Seniors are redefining what retirement means. We are living longer and are healther. We have time on our hands, retirment income in our pockets and a longing to finally do what we have wanted to do... More > all our life. Brain fitness programs are helping us revitalize our brains and now we are ready to do something with meaning.< Less
The Science Fiction of Mind, Brain & Behavior By IDS 101
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A collection of psychologically themed science fiction short stories. This volume contains stories by: Brenna Anderson, Emily Barry, Mara Cook, Baye Danielson, Rosalind Fraser, Claire Jorgensen,... More > Erica Meier, Jeremy Miller, Gavin Rock, Dante Spencer, Tanner Stevens, Keaton Turnipseed, Milton Vuong, Aubryn Walters, Matthew Wei, Blaine Yazzie Edited by: Jeremy Miller< Less
Brain Storm By Nicola Lawson
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In a near future, where a crumbling society is held together by faceless corporations and myriad law enforcement agencies, a pair of young women are about to be thrown together by fate. Will they... More > survive and be able to seek out the shadowy architects behind a plot which has very personal implications? Sara Cox is a prodigious young law enforcement agent whose life is turned upside down when she saves another young woman, Carla Swift, from assassination. The two women are forced to work outside of the law as they are plunged deeper into the machinations of mysterious conspirators. The more of the shadowy plot the two women reveal the more they discover about themselves.< Less
Brain Waves By Austin Torney
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Astounding revelations of the mysteries of the mind and the universe. What is Consciousness and Awareness? Where did the Universe come from? What makes the mind operate as it does? What is... More > Meditation? What is our Destiny? How do the senses work? Lavishly illustrated in color.< Less
Elephant on Brain By Eric H. Chudler
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Learn about the nervous system in a series of haiku-style poems. (46 pages)
Elephant on Brain By Eric H. Chudler
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Learn about the nervous system in a series of haiku-style poems. (46 pages)
Brain Camp By Colin Bjorklund
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In this exciting young adult fiction, the lines between reality and the supernatural will blur as young Jason discovers all is not what it seems at science camp
Literature and the Brain By Norman N. Holland
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LITERATURE AND THE BRAIN goes straight to the human core of literature when it explains the different ways our brains convert stories, poems, plays, and films into pleasure. When we are deep into a... More > film or book, we find ourselves "absorbed," unaware of our bodies or our surroundings. We don't doubt the existence of Spider-Man or Harry Potter, and we have real feelings about these purely imaginary beings. Our brains are behaving oddly, because we know we cannot act to change what we are seeing. This is only one of the special ways our brains behave with literature, ways that LITERATURE AND THE BRAIN reveals.< Less
Literature and the Brain By Norman N. Holland
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LITERATURE AND THE BRAIN goes straight to the human core of literature when it explains the different ways our brains convert stories, poems, plays, and films into pleasure. When we are deep into a... More > film or book, we find ourselves "absorbed," unaware of our bodies or our surroundings. We don't doubt the existence of Spider-Man or Harry Potter, and we have real feelings about these purely imaginary beings. Our brains are behaving oddly, because we know we cannot act to change what we are seeing. This is only one of the special ways our brains behave with literature, ways that LITERATURE AND THE BRAIN reveals.< Less