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The Human Mind By Robert Winston

The Human Mind by Robert Winston

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Where does our personality come from? Using the latest clinical research and drawing on sources as diverse as "Hamlet" and Sigmund Freud, the FBI and bingo, Robert Winston takes us inside our own heads to see what really makes us tick.

The Human Mind Summary

The Human Mind by Robert Winston

Where does our personality come from? Can we explain love at first sight? What do me mean by "intelligence" or "genius"? Can science explain intuition or de-ja-vu? Do we all have the potential to be a Tolstoy, Einstein or Mozart? Focusing on our day-to-day experiences, "The Human Mind", which ties in to a BBC1 television series, sets out to answer these questions and more. Using the latest clinical research and drawing on sources as diverse as "Hamlet" and Sigmund Freud, the FBI and bingo, Robert Winston takes us inside our own heads to see what really makes us tick.

About Robert Winston

Robert Winston is one of the country's best-known scientists. As Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College, University of London, and Director of NHS Research and Development and Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Hammersmith Hospital, he has made advances in fertility medicine and been a leading voice in the debate on genetic engineering. His television series, including Your Life in Their Hands, Making Babies, The Human Body and Superhuman and have made him a household name across Britain. He became a life peer in 1995.

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GOR011258301
9780593052105
0593052102
The Human Mind by Robert Winston
Used - Like New
Hardback
Transworld Publishers Ltd
2003-10-01
400
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The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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