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IT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD is the true story of what makes up your mind. It's the interactive, easy-to-read, stupendously sourced,
user's guide to your brain. This immersive book tackles the questions that keep you up at night: Is your smartphone wrecking your memory? Are believers' and atheists' brains different? Who's smarter: your baby or your dog? Hwo is yuor biarn albe to raed tihs crzay quseotin?
Neil deGrasse Tyson calls the human brain the most complicated object we know, and there's way too much information,
mystery, and discovery to cover in just a book. That's why It's All In Your
Head is the centerpiece of a fun, illuminating franchise spanning across digital, experiential, broadcast and more-all devoted to the awesomeness of your brain.
KEITH BLANCHARD is the author of two novels and has contributed in various capacities to a wide range of publishing and production enterprises, from The Week to Cosmopolitan,
Rolling Stone to The Drew Carey Show, The Wall Street Journal
to Yourtango.com. Most recently the chief digital officer of the World
Science Festival, Keith was the longtime editor-in-chief and creative director of Maxim.
WICKED COW STUDIOS
is a new content studio that starts first with book publishing while securing dynamic, world-class partnerships around its book content simultaneously. Wicked
Cow is also Derek Jeter's co-founder and co-publisher in Jeter Publishing, their content studio that includes a joint venture partnership with publishing giant
Simon & Schuster. Previously Wicked Cow managed beloved pop culture brands including Wiffle®, The Roberto Clemente Estate, Big League Chew,
and the Notorious B.I.G. Estate.
|Publisher:||Wicked Cow Studios Llc|
|Product dimensions:||7.80(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 16 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fantastic book! It’s All In Your Head is enlightening, educational and fun! Despite the rather serious material, it is written quite conversationally, engaging the reader almost immediately. I have had an interest in neuroscience for some time now, but this book is definitely not just for nerds like myself. Discussions include meeting your transmitters, discovering the parts of your brain, understanding neuroplasticity and the brain’s hemispheres, how thoughts work, brain scans explained….the list goes on. As you can tell it is a comprehensive, informative book that is expertly written. It does not suffer from being dry or overwhelming, as some books in this genre are can be. It is just a fascinating read!