7 edition of Brain And Being found in the catalog.
September 30, 2004
by John Benjamins Publishing Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Gordon G. Globus (Editor), Karl H. Pribram (Editor), Giuseppe Vitiello (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
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Happiness is a direction, not a destination. This is one of the many empowering messages advanced in Brain, Body & Being™. Based on the teachings and research by Dr. Jay Kumar, a leading expert and respected academic in the fields of brain science, happiness and personal transformation, this inspiring book and interactive e-book is a 21st century model to /5(8).
"If you want to boost your brain power, keep your memory, and lift your mood and energy, as well as heal from a host of other common complaints, Dr. Perlmutter is your guide. This is the definitive instruction book for the care and feeding of your brain!" - /5(K).
A Velocity of Being: Letters to A Young Reader Maria Popova, Claudia Bedrick. Thrilled to announce this labor of love 8 years in the making – a collection of original letters to children about why we read and how books shape our character by of the most interesting people in our world, each illustrated by a great children’s book artist.
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It's been a long time since I dived into a Middle Grade contemporary novel, and I was a bit hesitant about going into The Benefits of Being an Octopus. I needn't have worried, though, because I took a liking to this book from the very first page based on a quote. "The history of the octopus illustrates the brain's ability to evolve/5.