Book: Breaking Down the Brain - Study Guide for Neurology and Psychology by D Carnleycategories: Book, Anatomy, Physiology, Neurology, Psychology, Medical Study Guide, Freud Study Guide, Mental Health, Neurology Study Guide, Psychology Study Guide, Mental Health Guide, Brain
D Carnleyabout this book: Our brain is a very complex organ with billions of nerves and synapses. It controls our movement, breathing, sleeping, coordination, problem solving, handwriting, memory, hearing, and seeing. It also is where emotions and thoughts form. Exercise your brain for success. Your brain is a living organ, just like exercise can change your body, you can exercise and change your brain
Are you frustrated with books buried in jargon, making it difficult to understand anything? Are you lost in your anatomy and physiology class? Do you want to pass?
This book is the answer. This book breaks down the brain in terms of neurology and psychology. Using layman's terms and outline form, it creates a flow of information that is easy to understand and memorize.
Great study guide for anybody taking anatomy and physiology, body systems, pre-med, physical therapy, psychology, or other mental health programs. This is a great supplement to my other e-book "Breaking Down Anatomy and Physiology", takes breaks down AP I and II.
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