Curvology purports to take us on “a scientific journey into the evolution of women’s bodies and what that means for their brains.” Engagingly, David Bainbridge attempts to diffuse the unea
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The Eureka Factor is a plunge into the neuroscience of insight. Where do brainwaves come from? And how can we have more of them?
“a very valuable resource for those who want to understand this problem and move beyond rhetoric to reality.”
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“Ms. Herz indeed proves her point about ‘benign masochism.’ We are disgusted by disgust. And we can’t stop reading about it.”
“Though Pathological Altruism may not be fodder for the leisure reading public, it will lead the way for future investigators and scientists to open the doors of inquiry into a new
“Usually art and science are discussed as opposites, and the people who apply them are not only opposite types but often hostile to each other. Mr.
“Parents of children who have been diagnosed as belonging to one of these groups and adults who have been living with any of these labels will find positive affirmation and encouraging advi