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In books as well as brains, structure is everything. Her device of the unfolding day masks a lack of underlying structure to the book, which I found to be a confusing jumble. Greenfield’s style is hard work.
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Guardian

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Reviewed by Adam Rutherford on Nov 13 2016

In books as well as brains, structure is everything. Her device of the unfolding day masks a lack of underlying structure to the book, which I found to be a confusing jumble. Greenfield’s style is hard work.

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Financial Times

Above average
Reviewed by Clive Cookson on Oct 14 2016

In A Day in the Life of the Brain Greenfield pushes her argument for the relationship between neuronal assemblies and consciousness well beyond the point justified by any evidence available today. But the book is a provocative pleasure to read.

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