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Clashing Helmets, A Thousand Cuts: Why Concussion is an Important Movie

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In the Tradition of Oliver Sacks, ‘The Brain with David Eagleman’ Brings the Wonders of Neuroscience to a Wide Audience

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Santiago Ramón y Cajal's Anatomical Sketches Debut in the US

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Bookshelf: Bridging Two Cultures — Science and the Humanities — in Caring for Brain-Injured Patients

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BOOKSHELF: Oliver Sacks: Reflections On a Life Well Lived

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BOOKSHELF: Long Day's Journey into Night

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BOOKSHELF: The Promise and Peril of Wired Medicine

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BOOKSHELF: Oliver Sacks: Reflections On a Life Well Lived: On the Move: A Life. By Oliver Sacks. 416 Pages. Alfred A. Knopf 2015.

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BOOKSHELF: What Makes Life Worth Living When We're Old and Frail? Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End. By Atul Gawande. 282 pages. Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt &...

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Neurocinema: Looking at Neurology Through the Lens of Film

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‘The Theory of Everything’: Stephen Hawking's Story on the Big Screen

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FILM REVIEW: ‘You're Not You’: Trepidation and Alienation in ALS

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ALS, Through the Eyes of a Filmmaker and Daughter

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Neurology a Little Too Up Close and Personal — Why ‘Black Box’ Is Must-Not-See TV

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BOOKSHELF: Proteins, Prions, and Paradigm Shift — Persistence and a Little Self-Promotion Help Madness and Memory: The Discovery of Prions — A New Biological Principle of Disease....

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BOOKSHELF: Intelligence Training: Promise or Hype? Smarter: The New Science of Building Brain Power. By Dan Hurley. 304 Pages. Hudson Street Press 2013.

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FILM REVIEW: On Flips, Shears, and Tears: The Head Injury of Snowboarder Kevin Pearce

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BOOKSHELF: It's A Dog's Life — ‘I Think, Therefore I Am’ How Dogs Love Us: A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain. By Gregory Berns. 272 Pages. New Harvest...

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Moving In and Moving Out: The Finality of Alzheimer's Disease in Two New Films

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FILM REVIEW: ‘Quartet’: A Musical Ode to the Virtues of Aging

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FILM REVIEW: ‘Side Effects’: When an Antidepressant Leads to Violent Parasomnias

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BOOKSHELF: A Lively Tale of Proteins Gone Awry: Fatal Flaws: How a Misfolded Protein Baffled Scientists and Changed the Way We Look at the Brain.By Jay Ingram. 296 Pages. Yale...

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FILM REVIEW: ‘A Late Quartet’: A Musical Journey Cut Short by Parkinson's Disease

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BOOKSHELF: Through the Lens of a Journalist — A Personal Journey with Acute Autoimmune Encephalitis Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness. By Susannah Cahalan. 288 Pages. Free Press...

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FILM REVIEW: Palme d'Or-Awarded ‘Amour’ — The Neurologic Dying of a Loved One

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Neurology Debuts in Masterpiece Classic's ‘Downton Abbey’: Does It Make the Grade?

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BOOKSHELF: On Seeing and Hearing Things That Are Not There Hallucinations. By Oliver Sacks. 352 Pages. Knopf 2012.

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BOOKSHELF: The Neuroscience of Addiction — An Insider's Look Memoirs of an Addicted Brain: A Neuroscientist Examines His Former Life on Drugs. By Marc Lewis. 336 Pages....

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Bookshelf: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Art

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Bookshelf: The Healing Power of Love: A Memoir

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Bookshelf: The Art of Making Medical Decisions: The Tension Between Evidence- and Preference-Based Medicine

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Bookshelf: Alzheimer Disease from the Inside Out: “As Neurofibrillary Tangles Proliferate”

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Bookshelf: Charcot's Saga with Hysteria Retold — Both Refreshing and Balanced

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Bookshelf: The Story Behind an Immortal Cell Line: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. By Rebecca Skloot. Broadway Publishers (Paperback) 2011. 400 Pages.

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Two Insightful Accounts of the Pandemic of 1918: Encephalitis Lethargica

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Split Open From the Inside by Lightning A Review of Tinkers

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Bookshelf: Two Personal Explorations of Visual Dysfunction

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Bookshelf: An Expose on the Corrupting Effects of Money and Power on Medicine

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Bookshelf: Dementia: What's Going to Happen to Me? A Quandary for Two New Novels: Summer Shift. By Lynn Kiele Bonasia. 310 Pages. Touchstone Books (Simon & Schuster) 2010. Lost. By...

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Book Review: Reading in the Brain: The Science and Evolution of a Human Invention by Stanislas Dehaene

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The Mysteries of Memory Unraveled

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An Old Movie, A Newer Book Make Neurology Front and Center

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‘Uncertainty Is the Sea We Swim In’

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Why The Truth About The Health of Our Leaders Matters

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A Critical Reconsideration of Alzheimer Disease

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Inside the Life of A ‘Father of Neurology’: RAYMOND ADAMS, A LIFE OF MIND AND MUSCLE. BY ROBERT LAURENO, MD. 261 PAGES. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009

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A Lifetime of Memorable Stories

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More Than Science Fiction — The Back Story for Deep Brain Stimulation: Deep Brain Stimulation: A New Treatment Shows Promise in the Most Difficult Cases.

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An ‘Old‐Fashioned’ Physician's Journey Through Neurologic Illness

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What It is Like to Have Alzheimer Disease: Dementia From the Inside Out

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Huntington Disease Through the Prism of History and Social Anthropology

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Meditations on the Art of Medicine

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High Hopes, Shoddy Research and Elusive Therapies for Autism Examined and Exposed

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What We As Physicians Can Learn From Our Patients

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Genetic Medicine: Tales from the Front

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The Singularity of Being Human — and the Paragon of Animals

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The Neuroscience Behind Sports

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A Compelling Synthesis of Literature and Science Makes for a Poignant Exploration of Familial Alzheimer Disease

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The Devastating Effects of Frontotemporal Dementias Told in Poignant Vignettes: The Banana Lady and Other Stories of Curious Behaviour and Speech.

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The Brain Plasticity Revolution: The Brain that Changes Itself.

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A Highly Readable Neuroscience Collection

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Finding Meaning in a Life with ALS

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An Entertaining Read on the Complexities of Language

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A Frank and Witty Account of Paraplegia

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New Essay Collection Is Primer on Neuroethics

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Science Articles That Engage and Change the Way We See the World

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A Personal Account of Recovery From TBI

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An Insider's Look at the Uncertainties of Today's Medicine: How Doctors Think • By Jerome Groopman • 320 Pages • Houghton Mifflin 2007

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A Bioethicist Ponders the ‘Loftier Goals’ When Neuroscience is Applied to National Security Concerns

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Misrepresenting the ‘Female’ Brain

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Embracing the Peculiarities of Asperger Syndrome

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A Graphic (Novel) Portrayal of Epilepsy's Effect on the Family

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Doctors and Patients: An Interactive Partnership

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The World Gone Strange: The Echo Maker. By Richard Powers. 451 Pages. Farrar, Straus & Giroux 2006

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Essays Unravel the Mysteries of Neurological Disorders Among Artists: Some Facts and Speculation

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THE PACIFIC WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF FOUR PHYSICIAN PRISONERS OF WAR: CONDUCT UNDER FIRE: FOUR AMERICAN DOCTORS AND THEIR FIGHT FOR LIFE AS PRISONERS OF THE JAPANESE. By John A....

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ONE FAMILY'S HISTORY WITH PRION DISEASE PART HISTORY, PART MYSTERY, AND PART INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: THE FAMILY THAT COULDN'T SLEEP: A MEDICAL MYSTERY

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A SCIENCE ANTHOLOGY TO EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS: THE BEST AMERICAN SCIENCE WRITING 2006. EDITED BY ATUL GAWANDE. 384 PAGES. HARPER PERENNIAL 2006

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WHAT LIES AHEAD?: THE MATURE MIND: THE POSITIVE POWER OF THE AGING BRAIN: GENE D. COHEN, MD, PhD • 232 PAGES • BASIC BOOKS 2005

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THE STRUGGLES OF SPEECH: A PERSONAL AND LITERATURE REVIEW

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DEMENTIA THROUGH THE EYES OF A POET: A WORLD OF LIGHT. BY FLOYD SKLOOT. 199 PAGES. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS 2005

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A MEDITATION ON ILLNESS, AGING, AND DEATH: Everyman. By Philip Roth. 192 Pages. Houghton Mifflin 2006

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ASKING DIFFICULT QUESTIONS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF HUMAN NATURE: FUTURE OF THE BRAIN: THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF TOMORROW'S NEUROSCIENCE BY STEVEN ROSE • 305 PAGES • OXFORD UNIVERSITY...

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THE BROAD REACH OF DOCTOR FRANKLIN'S MEDICINE IS AN UNEXPECTED SURPRISE: DOCTOR FRANKLIN'S MEDICINE. BY STANLEY FINGER. 379 PAGES. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS 2006

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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON THE LIFE OF LOU GEHRIG: THE LUCKIEST MAN ALIVE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF LOU GEHRIG BY JONATHAN EIG • 432 PAGES • SIMON AND SCHUSTER 2005

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A NOBEL LAUREATE OFFERS BOTH PERSONAL HISTORY AND A ‘SCIENTIFIC TOUR DE FORCE’ ON MEMORY

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OF SCIENCE, SPIRITS, AND SPIRIT

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NEW BOOK ASKS: CAN WE MEASURE CREATIVITY IN THE BRAIN?

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A ‘HARD TO PUT DOWN’ BIOGRAPHY ON THE ‘FIRST NEUROSURGEON’

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A MUST‐READ ABOUT THOMAS WILLIS, THE FOUNDER OF NEUROLOGY: SOUL MADE FLESH: THE DISCOVERY OF THE BRAIN AND HOW IT CHANGED THE WORLD. BY CARL ZIMMER. 384 PAGES. FREE PRESS 2005

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A NEW BOOK EVOKES MEMORIES OF THE EARLY DAYS OF THE NEURO‐ICU

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A NEUROLOGIST‐SPY COMBATS EVIL – ONCE AGAIN: History Became a Lie by David B. Rosenfield: 404 Pages • Xlibris • 2005

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THE ETHICAL BRAIN BY MICHAEL S. GAZZANIGA

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CONQUERING POLIO AND ONE ANOTHER: TALES ABOUT THE VACCINES AND THEIR DEVELOPERS

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A NOT SO TYPICAL DAY IN THE LIFE OF A NEUROSURGEON

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A HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF MEDICINE'S DESCENT INTO DARKNESS

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THE FERNALD STATE SCHOOL AND LOSS OF CHILDHOOD: LIVES RUINED THROUGH MISGUIDED PUBLIC POLICY

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RAMACHANDRAN OFFERS NEW LIGHT ON CONSCIOUSNESS

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COMPASSION: A MANDATE TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE

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A SCHOLARLY ‘MUST‐READ’ ON CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN SCIENCE

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