Building a Better Brain

By Kenneth Wesson

If you are a teacher and it is your job to open minds, shouldn’t you know how the brain works? If you are a parent, wouldn’t an understanding of brain development provide useful insights into successful child-rearing? As the proud owner of the most complex object in the entire universe, understanding how the human brain works, and the kinds of changes one can expect as the brain ages, can contribute to a healthy and productive life.

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