Brain Waves through Time: 12 Principles for Understanding the Evolution of the Human Brain and Man's Behavior

Synopsis

This captivating work takes us on a spellbinding journey through time and space to explore the age-old question: What makes humans unique? The answer revolves around the very essence of what makes us distinctly human -- our brains.

Dr. Robert DeMoss derives twelve principles that can explain the rise of humankind and the evolution of human behavior. For out of this evolution rose the only species that can contemplate its own future, think about the very act of thinking, and build mighty civilizations and destroy them, too. He explores the circumstances that came together to produce the extraordinary way we think, learn, and store memories. Furthermore, DeMoss dares to tackle the overriding question of our time: Is our brain to evolve once again? Never before has a book provoked us to, think our place in nature and how we might best flourish and fulfill our innate promise.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1999

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