Brain Sense by Faith Hickman Brynie
The Science of the Senses and How We Process the World Around Us

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Have you ever wondered why you remember color images and scenes so much better than those in black and white? The answer is in the way our brains interpret and process the sights, smells, tastes, and touches that make up our lives. "Brainsense" explores brain function and the senses, and offers new insight about what makes us tick. Based on new research and interviews with renowned scientists, readers will discover how the brain really works. Divided into chapters, one for each sense, "Brainsense" offers a new perspective into how we process the world around us. Both enlightening and engaging, this book will help us understand the elusive mysteries of the brain.

About Faith Hickman Brynie

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Faith Hickman Brynie (Bigfork, MT) is a science and health writer who has written four previous books on the brain including 101 Questions Your Brain Has Asked About Itself But Couldn't Answer...Until Now, which won a Best of the Year award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Published September 28, 2009 by AMACOM. 288 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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