Why do we remember faces but not names? If your brain were cut in half would you suffer more than a splitting headache?How does your dog remember where it buried its bone but you can't find your keys? And do we really only use ten percent of our brains? In A Very Short Tour of the Mind, Michael C. Corballis answers these questions and more. The human mind is arguably the most complex organ in the universe.
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A thoroughly enjoyable exploration of questions even astute readers may not have thought worth asking.Read Full Review of A Very Short Tour of the Mind... | See more reviews from Kirkus