Book Reviews

“Fitness Powered Brains” – Book Review

Scientific data to nourish the motivation for physical fitness with the goal to power up and boost mental activities? Yes, please! “Fitness Powered Brains“ by Dr. Chong Chen, research scientist at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan, offers a collection of data that support the importance of physical exercise in psychological well-being and mental productivity

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“The Science of Positivity” and “Habits of a Happy Brain” – Book Reviews

For all you curiosity-driven and knowledge-thirsty fellow mammals, I bring great news! 🙂 Essential theoretical and practical information about animal and human cognition, behavior and neurochemical dynamic, along with strategies to create your path to neurochemical happiness, is now available in new book formats: “Science of Positivity” and “Habits of a Happy Brain“, authored by Dr. Loretta Breuning, Professor

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“Scientists Making A Difference” – Book Review

“Wow“. An academic, reverence-, gratitude- and newly-replenished-inspiration-filled “Wow”. This is what best describes my overall, unmediated reaction after reading “Scientists Making A Difference” – a great new book published in August by Cambridge University Press that I was lucky enough to be invited to review and thus be able to witness the early moments in the development of what

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“Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions” – Book Review

I could not believe how flat I found “Flatland”… at least in the beginning. This 19th century satirical novella is a wonderful depiction of the social shortcomings of the Victorian Era and a skilled mathematical introduction into the world of multi-dimensions, but regarding the writing style, I found it rather monotonous. Literary, it’s a flop. Philosophically,

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