I have to admit that I did not finish this book, which is an endless stream of boring anecdotes ... endured about 100 minutes. I finally gave up while on my treadmill, preferring the sound of my thumping feet.
Great, accessible approach to thinking about the mind, but gets a bit breathless at times.
He's a decent reader, but in this title his voice seemed less than authentic. Hard to explain, but sometimes readers *become* the story, other times they *tell* it.
Totally fascinating. An "easy read", but really riveting. Science made accessible through personal anecdote, and very memorable.
advised by: J, Julz, Jessi
I'm so excited about where neurofeedback is going!! I'm listening to the book a second time. It seemed like it ended too soon. So many cool facts and so well written. Now I'm looking for more info on the topic!
I wish that it was a good as the reviews. But it got boring and I couldn't even finish it. Something like "Listening to Prozac" is more interesting. Skip it.