The Brain That Changes Itself
Author: Norman Doidge
Soft cover, good condition.
In "The Brain That Changes Itself," Norman Doidge explores the concept of neuroplasticity, which is the brain's ability to change and adapt throughout a person's lifetime. He provides numerous examples of individuals who have overcome various neurological challenges, such as stroke, blindness, and learning disabilities, through the power of neuroplasticity. Doidge also discusses the latest scientific research on the topic, including studies that show how physical and mental exercises can enhance the brain's plasticity. The book challenges the traditional view that the brain is a fixed and unchanging entity, and instead offers a hopeful and empowering message that the brain is capable of remarkable transformations.
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