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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Brain’s Sense of MovementThe Brain’s Sense of MovementBerthoz, Alain
Weiss, Giselle
PAPERBACK09/30/2002$19.00
Cover: The Physiology of Truth: Neuroscience and Human KnowledgeThe Physiology of Truth: Neuroscience and Human KnowledgeChangeux, Jean-Pierre
DeBevoise, Malcolm
PAPERBACK03/31/2009$26.00
Cover: The Primate Mind: Built to Connect with Other MindsThe Primate Mind: Built to Connect with Other Mindsde Waal, Frans B. M.
Ferrari, Pier Francesco
HARDCOVER01/02/2012$57.00
Cover: The Languages of the BrainThe Languages of the BrainGalaburda, Albert M.
Kosslyn, Stephen M.
Christen, Yves
HARDCOVER12/15/2002$109.50
Cover: Psychophysiology: The Mind-Body PerspectivePsychophysiology: The Mind-Body PerspectiveHugdahl, KennethPAPERBACK03/16/2001$54.00
Cover: Lessons from an Optical Illusion: On Nature and Nurture, Knowledge and ValuesLessons from an Optical Illusion: On Nature and Nurture, Knowledge and ValuesHundert, Edward M.PAPERBACK03/25/1997$37.50
Cover: Neural Plasticity: The Effects of Environment on the Development of the Cerebral CortexNeural Plasticity: The Effects of Environment on the Development of the Cerebral CortexHuttenlocher, Peter R.HARDCOVER07/15/2002$93.00
Cover: Impulse: Why We Do What We Do Without Knowing Why We Do ItImpulse: Why We Do What We Do Without Knowing Why We Do ItLewis, DavidHARDCOVER10/01/2013$27.95
Cover: Mind Time: The Temporal Factor in ConsciousnessMind Time: The Temporal Factor in ConsciousnessLibet, BenjaminPAPERBACK10/28/2005$31.50
Cover: Human Language and Our Reptilian Brain: The Subcortical Bases of Speech, Syntax, and ThoughtHuman Language and Our Reptilian Brain: The Subcortical Bases of Speech, Syntax, and ThoughtLieberman, PhilipPAPERBACK05/31/2002$42.00
Cover: The Accidental Mind: How Brain Evolution Has Given Us Love, Memory, Dreams, and GodThe Accidental Mind: How Brain Evolution Has Given Us Love, Memory, Dreams, and GodLinden, David J.PAPERBACK12/15/2008$26.00
Cover: Perceptual Neuroscience: The Cerebral CortexPerceptual Neuroscience: The Cerebral CortexMountcastle, Vernon B.HARDCOVER12/15/1998$123.00
Cover: Cocaine Addiction: Theory, Research and TreatmentCocaine Addiction: Theory, Research and TreatmentPlatt, Jerome J.PAPERBACK05/05/2000$50.00
Cover: Memory, Brain, and BeliefMemory, Brain, and BeliefSchacter, Daniel L.
Scarry, Elaine
PAPERBACK09/30/2001$36.50
Cover: Constructing a Language: A Usage-Based Theory of Language AcquisitionConstructing a Language: A Usage-Based Theory of Language AcquisitionTomasello, MichaelPAPERBACK03/31/2005$34.50
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