Stéphane Gompertz’s book is neither an autobiography, nor a university course. Based on the author’s experience, it is the defense and portrait of an often caricatured profession.
A dozen high-level international researchers for a multidisciplinary approach to the improbable, a powerful factor of creativity in between the possible and the impossible.
Along with Étienne Hirsch and Bernard Poulain, thirty prestigious contributors present an assessment of what the neurosciences will be in twenty years.
Hearing voices is a phenomenon that is much more common that one might imagine. According to studies, 10 – 39% of the population hear voices.
After Le Syndrome de Babel, new fiction by a renowned scientist. A scientific-historical “whodunnit,” for fans of full-bodied police mysteries.