Read A Book On The Brain And Write A Brief Review 2

Book Review

Article review (10 points – 1000 to 1500 words)

• Summarize the book and relate the author’s main point, or thesis, or purposes. (Somewhere early in the paper, identify the author briefly.)

• Describe the author’s viewpoint and purpose for writing; note any aspects of the author’s background that are important for understanding the article.

• Note the most important evidence the author presents to support his or her thesis.

• Evaluate the author’s use of evidence, and describe how he or she deals with counter evidence.

• Is the article’s argument convincing? If so why, if not, why not. Cite examples from the text.

• Compare this article with other articles or books you have read on the same subject.

• Conclude with a final evaluation of the article. You might discuss who would find this book useful and why.

This is a Brain Learning and Education Course.

Extra credit: 10 points – Book review. Read a book on the brain and write a brief review. possible choices:

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (O. Sacks),
  • The Mind and the Brain (J. Schwartz & S. Begley),
  • The Brain: The Story of You (D. Eagleman),
  • The Brain that Changes Itself (N. Doidge), An Unquiet Mind, (K.R. Jamison),
  • A Beautiful Mind, (S. Nassar & A. Fields),
  • The Evil Hours (D. Morris),
  • Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers (B. Sapolky)
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