Books for your brain

brainThere is a book titled ‘The brain that changes itself’ by a Canadian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge. It was an instant popular read. Since then there have been more and more books about brain and development of brain/neuro science that have made available on shelf. Recently Norman Doidge has written a new book, still about neuroplasticity “The brain’s way of healing : remarkable discoveries and recoveries from the frontiers of neuroplasticity“.

How human brain works is a biggest puzzle that has attracted many generations of scientists, neurologists and others working tirelessly in cross disciplinary. Recent researches and works, from brain injury, to Alzheimer’s, to recovery from stroke, to behaviour change, to ADHD, to brain training, etc, have been published with exciting new discoveries and treatment.

For your information and for your interest, we’ve come up with this laymen’s reading list and they are for borrowing at Parramatta City Library.

Teenage brain by Frances E Jensen       2015

The brain’s way of healing : remarkable discoveries and recoveries from the frontiers of neuroplasticity by Norman Doidge  2015

We Are Our Brains: A Neurobiography of the Brain, from the Womb to Alzheimer’s by D F Swaab            2014

Do no harm : stories of life, death and brain surgery by Henry Marsh,  2014

The tale of the duelling neurosurgeons : the history of the human brain as revealed by true stories of trauma, madness, and recovery by Sam Kean, 2014

Struck by genius : how a brain injury made me a mathematical marvel by Jason Padgett,           2014

Return to the brain of Eden : restoring the connection between neurochemistry and consciousness by Tony Wright, 2014

The end of stress : four steps to rewire your brain by Don Joseph Goewey, 2014

The brain box by David Hodgson,            2014

Alzheimer’s : reduce your risk & revitalise by Connie Hatzikalimnios,          2014

Reboot your brain : a natural approach to fighting memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s, brain aging, and more by Gary Null,   2013

The psychopath inside : a neuroscientist’s personal journey into the dark side of the brain        by James H.Fallon,        2013

30-second brain : the 50 most mind-blowing ideas in neuroscience, each explained in half a minute by  Anil Seth,      2014

This will make you smarter : new scientific concepts to improve your thinking by John Brockman,             2013

Make your brain work : how to maximize your efficiency, productivity and effectiveness  by Amy Brann,            2013

You Can Learn to Remember: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life [electronic resource] by Dominic O’Brien,      2014

How we learn : the surprising truth about when, where, and why it happens by  Benedict Carey,            2014

Live and laugh with dementia : the essential guide to maximising quality of life by Lee-Fay Low,             2014

The Owner’s Manual for the Brain (4th Edition): The Ultimate Guide to Peak Mental Performance at All Ages [electronic resource]  by Pierce Howard,  2014

How we feel : what neuroscience can and can’t tell us about our emotions by Giovanni Frazzetto,            2013

Memory Tips & Tricks: The Book of Proven Techniques for Lasting Memory Improvement [electronic resource]       Calistoga Press        2014

The ADHA handbook : what every parent needs to know to get the best for their child  by Stuart Passmore,     2014

The twelfth raven : a memoir of stroke, love and recovery by Doris Brett,     2014

Locked in : one man’s miraculous escape from the terrifying confines of locked-in syndrome by Richard Marsh,            2014

Unlocking My Brain: Through the Labyrinth of Acquired Brain Injury [electronic resource]  by Dr Christine Durham,   2014

Mindful Learning: Reduce stress and improve brain performance for effective learning [electronic resource]  by Craig Hassed,    2014

This will make you smarter : new scientific concepts to improve your thinking by John Brockman,            2013

 

 

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