612. Human Physiology Books, Part 2
Human physiology books are about the body’s parts and how they work together.
David J. Linden The Accidental Mind: How Brain Evolution Has Given Us Love, Memory, Dreams, and God, 2008.
Neuroscientist David J. Linden shows how, rather than being a model of superb design, our brains are the product of millions of years of evolutionary accidents that determined a great deal about our behavior, our emotions, and even our sense of self
Charlotte Tomaino Awakening the Brain: The Neuropsychology of Grace, 2012.
Would you like to maximize your brain’s potential? Clinical neuropsychologist Charlotte Tomaino provides exercises combined with facts we’ve learned about the brain to help you learn to make positive choices, relieve stress, connect with your intuition, and tap into thoughts and beliefs to make yourself use your brain for a happier, more useful life.
Florence Williams Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History, 2012.
What is it that makes breasts so fascinating? Science writer Florence Williams answers these and other questions about breasts in males and females. From puberty to menopause, she examines the life of breasts, outlines the dangers they face from modern chemicals, and what can be done to help them survive the onslaught of toxins they contend with.
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