Who’s in Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain

Who's in Charge?

Authors: Michael S. Gazzaniga,

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The father of cognitive neuroscience, Michael S. Gazzaniga frees you from the shackles of thinking your life is beyond your control. Who’s in Charge is a book that delves into the mysterious but most advanced organ of the human body — the brain. Gazzaniga’s research-backed argument against the conventional concept of life, will gracefully change the way you perceive your own life.

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