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Book Review September 10, 2008

“The Brain that Changes Itself: stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science”, Norman Doige, MD 2007

This book is an extremely readable book about some very technical stuff and provides a great deal of hope for people who suffer the effects of stroke, learning disabilities, aging and other factors that affect brain functioning. The book tells the compelling stories of researchers and people affected by various deletarious influences and is absolutely fascinating. Highly recommended if you work in the area of individual or organizational development – which I know most of you do! ;-)

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