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Have you ever wondered what actually goes on inside your brain? Have you been amazed by the functions of the human brain and how memory really works? If so, then we've got the perfect memory-boosting package just for you. This audiobook has been designed especially to give you a better insight and knowledge into the processes of memory and how to improve it to your advantage. We aim to bring you to a deeper understanding of what the brain actually is made from, the different types of memory,
You'll discover groundbreaking research into memory from a handful of the most important studies ever conducted, such as Miller and Baddeley, and also gain a better understanding of the models surrounding our current knowledge. We delve into the interesting relationship between exercise and brain function, diet and brain function plus many ways to stimulate your brain holistically.
What's more, to keep your brain in tip top condition whether you're eight or 80 we've included 30 free ways to stimulate your brain including neurobics, puzzles and mnemonic activities. These are simple activities that have been proven effective, and they don't cost heaps of money to implement.
©2016 Scott Bell (P)2016 Scott Bell
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By Anonymous on 11-11-16

Less useful than a Google search

The book starts out with relatively basic facts about the brain, then gets more detailed. Eventually, he simply cites various theories of memory, and draws no conclusion from them. This is as scientific as the book gets. From there, he cites studies from which he derives health tips that amount to "exercise and eat well". Then he gives mental exercises with nearly no scientific backing.

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