A critique of the book:
Inside The Brain
The first thing that must be said for the book Inside The Brain, is that it made for very easy reading. Even though the book concerns itself with some topics that, easily, can be confusing due to their technical or medical nature, the text flows easily. The book was written to be read, not to be a reference or textbook. The content of this well written book
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announcing a cure for these medical disasters, the author offers hope in the form of many new breakthroughs in the areas of pharmacotherapies and brain imaging. The ultimate feeling that the author of this book leaves his readers with is a sense of hopefulness, and if one accepts some of the premises of this book, everyone who reads it is, to some extent, better off just for having read it and having exercised their mind.