Tây y The Tell-Tale Brain: Unlocking the Mystery of Human Nature

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  1. Đoàn Trọng

    Đoàn Trọng Lớp 10

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    • Paperback: 384 pages
    • Publisher: Windmill Books (5 April 2012)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0099537591
    • ISBN-13: 978-0099537595
    John, aged sixty, suffered a stroke and recovered fully, except in one respect: although he can see perfectly, he can no longer recognise faces, even his own reflection in a mirror.

    Whenever Francesca touches a particular texture, she experiences a vivid emotion: denim = extreme sadness; wax = embarrassment; orange peel = shock.

    Jimmie, whose left arm was recently amputated, can still feel it - and it's itchy.

    Our brains are the most enchanting and complex things in the known universe - but what happens when they go wrong? Dr V. S. Ramachandran, 'the Sherlock Holmes of brain science' and one of the world's leading neuroscientists, has spent a lifetime working with patients who suffer from rare and baffling brain conditions. In The Tell-Tale Brain, he tells their stories, and explores what they reveal about the greatest mystery of them all: how our minds work, and what makes each of us so uniquely human.

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