A Very Short Tour of the Mind
21 Short Walks Around the Human Brain
A guide on the intricacies of the brain explaining what we know, and don’t know, about our minds.By Michael C. Corballis Read by Derek Shetterly Health, Mind & Body / Nonfiction / Science`strong> English, Unabridged 2h 2m Sell Sheet Also available on
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In A Very Short Tour of the Mind, Michael C. Corballis says the human mind is arguably the most complex organ in the universe. Modern computers might be faster, and whales might have larger brains, but neither can match the sheer intellect or capacity for creativity that we humans enjoy. In this look inside our heads, Corballis introduces us to what we've learned about the intricacies of the human brain over the last fifty years. Leading us through behavioral experiments and neuroscience, cognitive theory and Darwinian evolution with his trademark wit and wisdom, Corballis punctures a few hot -- air balloons, and explains just what we know -- and don't know --about our own minds.
"Provocative . . . A captivating story." - The New York Times