Ramachandran is the modern wizard of neuroscience. In The Tell-Tale Brain, we see the genius at work, tackling extraordinary cases, many of which mark turning points in neuroscientific knowledge. We see him hypothesizing, experimenting, failing, having epiphanies, experimenting, succeeding. In this utterly entertaining account, we see how these fascinating cases fit together, and how he uses them to explain, from a Darwinian point of view, how our brains, though evolved from those of other animals, become neurologically distinct and fundamentally human. --Norman Doidge, M.D., author of The Brain That Changes Itself"
A groundbreaking, unique and utterly fascinating book about what we learn about human nature when the brain goes wrong, by one of the world's leading neuroscientists
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