A critical analysis of the interaction between the mind and the body describes how the brain maps out every part of the body and the space around it and how the brain controls the ability to sense, move, and act in the physical world.
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Sandra Blakeslee is a regular contributor to The New York Times
who specializes in the brain sciences. She has co-written many books, including Phantoms in the Brain
with V. S. Ramachandran, On Intelligence with Jeff Hawkins
, and Second Chances: Men, Women and Children a Decade After Divorce
with Judith S. Wallerstein. She is the third generation in a family of science writers.
Matthew Blakeslee is a freelance science writer in Los Angeles. He represents the fourth generation of Blakeslee science writers. This is his first book.From the Hardcover edition.