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Protecting Your Brain in the Digital Age

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$27.95 • £24.95 • €25.95

ISBN 9780674983663

Publication Date: 05/17/2022


280 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches


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Eye opening… [Marci] offers suggestions for better dealing with our digital age and the lure these devices have on our brains to affect our attention span, decision making, and the ability to build connections with others.—Rhonda Lunemann, Technical Communication

Exceptional.—Saurabh Sharma, MoneyControl

Marci is the rare voice who can speak with authority as a psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and practicing consumer psychologist. His diagnosis of the American condition is clear—we are addicted to our digital lifestyles and consequently less connected to each other. I advise everyone who cares about their mental, physical, and financial well-being to read Marci’s lively book and follow his prescriptions for a healthy tech-life balance.—Michael L. Platt, author of The Leader’s Brain

A fascinating and comprehensive look at how technology, media, and information are affecting our brains and our behavior. Marci stresses the importance of the prefrontal cortex in managing our health and well-being, and he shows how our increasing use of and reliance on phones and social media have affected our attention spans, decision making, and ability to build connections with others.—Elizabeth Johnson, Executive Director of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative, University of Pennsylvania

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