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Can Neuroscience Change Our Minds?
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1 The Rise and Rise of the Neurosciences
Chapter 2 The Neurosciences Go Mega
Chapter 3 Early Intervention: Making the Most of Ourselves in the Twenty-First Century
Chapter 4 Neuroscience Goes to School
Conclusion

About the Author

Hilary Rose is Emerita Professor of Social Policy at the University of Bradford. Together with Steven Rose, she is author of "Genes, Cells and Brains" and "Alas, Poor Darwin". Steven Rose is Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience at The Open University. He was co-founder of the British Neuroscience Association, and has won numerous prestigious awards, including the Biochemical Society medal for communication in science and the British Neuroscience Association's lifetime award for "Outstanding contributions to neuroscience".

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"This book is a bold, forthright and courageous commentary on looming cultural trendsAa true tour de force."
Scientific American

AAn important corrective to the rise of neuroscientific ideas, and to the neoliberal ideology that spawned them.A
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