Table of Contents
Introduction by Thomas R. Insel, M.D.
Chapter 1: Coming Apart: Trauma and the Fragmentation of the Self, by David Spiegel, M.D.
Chapter 2: Your Brain and Heart Surgery, by Guy McKhann, M.D., and Brenda Patoine
Chapter 3: Deep Brain Stimulation Offers Hope in Depression, by Jamie Talan
Chapter 4: A Road Paved by Reason, by Elizabeth Norton Lasley
Chapter 5: The Political Brain, by Geoffrey K. Aguirre, M.D., Ph.D.
Chapter 6: A Wound Obscure, Yet Serious: Consequences of Unidentified Traumatic Brain Injury are Often Severe, by Wayne A. Gordon. Ph.D.
Chapter 7: Connectomics: Tracing the Wires of the Brain-Sebastian Seung, Ph.D.
Chapter 8: The Meaning of Psychological Abnormality, by Jerome Kagan, Ph.D.
Chapter 9: The Impact of Modern Neuroscience on Treatment of Parolees, by Charles O’Brien, M.D., Ph.D., Richard J. Bonnie, J.D., Donna T. Chen, M.D., M.P.H.
Chapter 10: Neural Health: Is It Facilitated by Work Force Participation?, by Denise Park, Ph.D
Chapter 11: Pediatric Screening and the Public Good, by Jennifer Kwon, M.D., and Richard H. Dees, Ph.D.
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Chapter 13: Discovering the Rational Economic Man Has a Heart, by Lee Alan Dugatkin, Ph.D.
Chapter 14: The Quest for Longer Life – Mortal Coil: A Short History of Living Longer, by David Boyd Haycock. Reviewed by Mark P. Mattson, Ph.D.
Chapter 15: The Brain: From Atom to Soul- A Portrait of the Brain by Adam Zeman. Reviewed by Lewis Roland, M.D.
Chapter 16: Memoirs about Memory: Too Much Versus Too Little – Can’t Remember What I Forgot by Sue Halpern; The Woman Who Can’t Forget by Jill Price with Bart Davis. Reviewed by Suzanne Corkin, Ph.D.