Neuroscience All books
Momo Sapiens, or the brain caught in flagrante delicto of irrationality
A subject that arouses very broad interest, approached here without the usual esoteric or spiritualist connotations, backed by the most recent advances in the neurosciences, and with very illuminating clinical cases.
A dozen short stories, which can be read individually, depending on the reader’s inclination, each one illuminating an episode in the life of our brain: how it remembers, how it is afraid, how it sees, how it recognizes, how it speaks…
A fascinating, lucid, and accessible book that takes us into the heart of machines and allows us to discover a new, enthralling world – one that is already our own.
Everything you need to know on strategies to encourage a reasonable use of screens for our children and… for ourselves!
Both clear and detailed, a book that provides correct answers to the questions that are asked about speech and the pathologies related to it.
The book’s very stimulating thesis: the twenty-first century will be the century of the brain and the neurosciences, which are already playing the role that psychoanalysis played in the twentieth century.
Instructive and entertaining, important facts about the brain by one of the great French neurologists. A proven format, since Lionel Naccache’s chronicles on the brain were the most popular podcasted shows last summer on French Inter radio.
A strong thesis with three-fold implications: a new way of understanding the functioning of the human brain; new bases to better diagnose neuro-psychiatric pathologies; new paths for research into treatments against these diseases.
A landmark book, situated between philosophy and neuroscience, in which Damasio deals with the challenging question of the origin of civilization.
Written for the general reader, the book is startling as it reveals the scandalous damage to our brains being caused by chemical pollution. Concrete measures, scientifically proven, to put an end to the tragic mistakes that have been committed in Western countries for over fifty years.
An analysis of the brain with a focus on corporate action aimed at helping executives and managers to make better decisions, to remain calm under pressure, to work better with others and to acquire the necessary flexibility
The new book by one of our most brilliant neurologists gives us a concise and comprehensive overview of the latest advances in neuroscience. Forty short, strange, entertaining but always instructive stories about the functioning and dysfunctioning, ordinary or extraordinary, of our brain.
Beyond neurobiology, an analysis of the impact of these discoveries not only on the sciences of education, psychology, medicine, but also on theology, marketing, economics ... An essential ethical reflection on the use we must make of this knowledge so as not to distort the foundations of our humanity and also our freedom.