Brain rules

12 principles for surviving and thriving at work, home, and school

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In Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina, a molecular biologist, shares his lifelong interest in how the brain sciences might influence the way we teach our children ...
Wrote 10/3/15
An easy to read book with lots of interesting finding. It talks about 12 rules of how our brain works and how to take the best out of our brain. I would not say it is an eye-opener but definitely worth the time and effort to read it. As we may hear o...Continua
Wrote 6/15/11
This is unusal for a scientist could write so clearly! It is so easy to read, and give you such a crystal clear what you should do to keep / make a good brain. Load of facts with solid scientific proof behind. And Rule#1 is soooo important! Let's go...Continua
Wrote 9/30/10
This is science writing at it's finest. Simplified enough that laymen can understand it, with references so you can track down more info if you like. He's very clear on what the science says and when he's speculating, and does a great job at engend...Continua
Wrote 3/15/10
This book talks about 12 rules on how our brains work, with ideas to utilize the rules to enhance our performance at school and work. While some rules may look trivial to us, the book offers a scientific description on the working of the brain, which...Continua
Wrote 12/11/09
If you haven't read it, you're doing yourself wrong.

For a scientific book, it's almost the best there is.
It reads like a charm, and is available for any level.
This should be mandatory material in every school and office around the world.

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