AUTOMATED BRAIN TUTORIAL INDEX
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REFERENCES FOR DETAILED ANALYSIS
OF NEW BRAIN FACTS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS
FOR PROFESSIONAL LIBRARIANS EVERYWHERE
The information contained in this unique "Automated Brain Tutorial" is from many sources. The best sources that provide the foundation of the knowledge used include the following books and magazine articles: (1) the May 1, 2000, Maclean's Magazine article about the Canadian neuroscientist and M.I.T. professor Steven Pinker, who is opening a window on the human brain, (2) two of Pinker's books, How the Brain Works and The Blank Slate, (3) The volume called the Brain --- Our Body's Nerve Center in the Grolier set "Under the Microscope;" (4) Marshal Cavandish's Family Health Encyclopedia; (5) The Human Body, a Dorling Kindersley Illustrated Book; (6) the book Understanding Your Brain; (7) the three new Discover Magazine articles (February, March and April, 2003) which explore the latest discoveries about human brain function; and the Discover Magazine article about Pinker's latest book, Blank Slate, which explores a new view of human nature.
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You can learn how your amazing brain and memory work. The new neurological information can improve your library work performance. By clicking on the "Automated Brain Tutorial" link (above) and the "Brainpower Tutorial" link (below), you can easily master the new information that can help you control your own behavior and life better!
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