6 edition of Portraits of the mind found in the catalog.
Portraits of the mind
Carl E. Schoonover
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Carl E. Schoonover.|
|LC Classifications||QM455 .S35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010005999|
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"Portraits of the Mind is a remarkable book that combines beautifully reproduced illustrations of the nervous system as it has been visualized over the centuries, as well as lively and authoritative commentaries by some of today's leading neuroscientists.
It will be enjoyed by professionals and general readers alike."Cited by: 8. Portraits of the Mind follows the fascinating history of our exploration of the brain through images, from medieval sketches and 19th-century drawings by the founder of modern neuroscience to images produced using state-of-the-art techniques, allowing us to see the fantastic networks in the brain as never before.
These black-and-white and vibrantly colored images, many/5. Mind Games is a book produced by the No Fear clothing company, and it features Tim's dynamic portraits of top athletes like Mike Piazza, Mark McGwire, and Evander Holyfield. Tim was an incredibly imaginative photographer, and Mind Games will give you tons of ideas for playing with color, lenses, perspective, poses and more.
This is an informing book that should be read by anyone seeking to understand and address the issue of intolerance.
After reading the Racist Mind, I am more convinced of the need for our country to make sure everyone. black and white, have an opportunity to be educated and empowered to participate in what this country has to by: Portraits of Mind is not extraordinary, nor game-changing, but it need not be.
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NPR coverage of Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century by Carl Schoonover and Jonah Lehrer. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. PORTRAITS OF THE MIND.
An exclusive preview of the new photography book, Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century, by Carl Schoonover; Foreword by Jonah Lehrer. The Times's assistant science editor interviews Carl Schoonover, a neuroscientist at Columbia University, about his book, "Portraits of the Mind," featured in Tuesday's Science Times.
Few projects embody the fertile cross-pollination of art and science more beautifully than Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century (public library) — a book that sources its material in science, roots its aesthetic in art, and reads like a literary anthology, is making us swoon in all kinds of Carl Schoonover explores — in breathtaking.