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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221215548
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 288
            Size : 153 x 240 mm
            Free Your Brain

            Serge TISSERON (Préface), Yves BURNOD (Avant propos)
            Collection : Réponses
            Release date : 09/11/2017
            Considered as a real “whiz kid” of French sciences, Idriss Aberkane reveals his method for freeing our brains and adapting our behavior to its specificities.
            Over 150,000 copies sold since publication in Oct. 2016
            On the Bestseller List for 25 weeks
            Translation rights sold in 7 countries
            It’s not up to our brains to adapt to our creations, but rather the opposite. From medicine to politics, from marketing to education, applying this principle means changing yourself… and the world. This book describes our brain: its abilities, its limits, its blind spots, and the known ways it can... It’s not up to our brains to adapt to our creations, but rather the opposite. From medicine to politics, from marketing to education, applying this principle means changing yourself… and the world. This book describes our brain: its abilities, its limits, its blind spots, and the known ways it can best be used. For example, certain prodigies are able to calculate the thirteenth root of a number with one hundred digits in less than four seconds. And yet they have the same brains as we do! The difference lies in the way they use them, in particular their ability to split up the cognitive task into multiple functions of their minds.  Idriss Aberkane explains how this ability can be mastered by us all.
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            EAN : 9782221215548
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 288
            Size : 153 x 240 mm
            Robert Laffont