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TRAIN YOUR BRAIN has been created to help the reader build a mental framework for clear thinking*.
The basic anatomy of the brain is presented as a three level structure, each level with its own memories, skills, and knowledge. Strategies are summarized for learning, for managing memories, and for problem solving. The scientific method is presented as a prime example of clear thinking.
Models of memory and conscious thought are developed and then utilized in a variety of practical applications. The importance of a consistent and integrated philosophy of life is emphasized.
With daily practice you can build your skills in clear thinking, and become a more productive and happier person.
*Clear Thinking consists of three systematic activities:
1. Gathering the best information available.
2. Applying the best strategies for analyzing that information.
3. Using the most powerful part of your brain to solve problems and make decisions.

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ISBN: 9781476436876
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