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Someone recommended that I take a look at this book and I ended up being so interested in it I looked into buying one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rebecca
My wife read it; but it was not everything she had hoped. It did give some incites to the retraining of the brain.Published 2 months ago by Don Campbell
Excellent read! Especially well written. I had the pleasure of attending a lecture at MacMaster University shortly after I purchased the book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan RMT student.
This is a book which is written in plain language, it is very informative for people who are caregivers or are simply interested in how the brain works. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Janette Emsley
a friend with a dangerous an incurable brain tumour credits following this book with being abke to cope an dunderstand and help heal herself to a point, just fascinating... Read morePublished 4 months ago by judyevelyn
Book arrived on time, was in great shape and is one of the best reads for the curious and brain obsessed individual! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brooke
Some of the chapters were much more interesting than others. Some I could hardly get through.
I found the author's ego overly apparent in the book. Read more
Well explained. Worth reading at least twice.
I am hooked on neuroplasticity. The real life characters in this book are now my super heroes.
it's an interesting read because it is well written, as well the stories of brain injury recovery offer up so much hope for those of us who have had or know someone with an ABIPublished 8 months ago by Michael T