By Garth Sundem
Feed Your Brain
Tastier than a twizzler but extra protein-packed
than a spinach smoothie, mind sweet is sure to entertain your
brain—even because it finds 1000's of secrets and techniques in the back of what’s using that electrical
noodle within your cranium.
These scrumptious and nutritious pages are
packed with bits of bite-sized goodness swiped from the bleeding fringe of mind
science (including explanation why examining those phrases is altering your
hippocampus at this very moment!) Shelved along those succulent
neurological nuggets are tough puzzles and paradoxes, eye-opening
perception exams and hacks, fiendish character quizzes and genius testers, and
a seize bag of habitual treats together with Eye Hacks, Algebraic 8 Ball,
iDread, Wild state, and common sense of Illogic.
Should you glance among those covers and inhale the deliciously cherry-flavored scents of data
within, you'll develop your gray topic whereas learning:
• Why try to be writing undesirable poetry
• the easy keys to mind training
• What belief smells like
• The origins of human morality
• Why dear wine regularly tastes better
• the reality approximately mind sweat
• How your nutrition can be making you dumb
• The secrets and techniques of online game theory
• Why economists hate psychology
• The psychological advantages of espresso and cigarettes
• find out how to fairly spot a liar
• Why you can’t make me consume pie
• the advantages of having a pipe dream
• 4 basic secrets and techniques to persuasion
• Why your barin’s fzzuy ligoc alowls you to raed this
• the way to brainwash acquaintances and family
• The technology of physique language
• What pigeons learn about art
…And a lot, even more.
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