Cerebrum 2014: Emerging Ideas in Brain Science

Edited by Bill Glovin
Foreword by Barbara J. Culliton

Paperback • $12.95 • 208 pages 
ISBN: 978-1932594621
Published March 2015

The inspiring ideas and extraordinary challenges facing some of the great minds in brain science makeup this sixth annual volume. Expert perspectives into the causes and effects of spatial awareness, empathy, and circadian rhythm appear alongside timely articles and book reviews about cognitive training and brain games; socioeconomic adversity and brain development; and the living with autism.

A stellar group of scientists and science writers, including Wise Young, Temple Grandin, Miguel A.L. Nicolelis, and Edvard and May-Britt Moser introduce us to these and other exciting topics.

Readers of Cerebrum 2014 will gain a greater understanding of the human condition and how advances in medicine and science help us to lead longer, healthier lives.


 “Since my role has expanded to teaching educators (beyond teaching in the medical environment), the Cerebrum articles have been invaluable assets; written in accessible language and still preserving scientific accuracy, these stories are exemplary references for the general public.” 
    –Martha B. Denckla, M.D., director of Developmental Cognitive Neurology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute 

“I was pleased to hear that Dana Press was re-launching its Cerebrum Anthology, as I believe the sort of material that is published in the online journal  provides a unique and valuable resource of news, commentary, and review of neuroscience and related disciplines, for both the lay public and practicing neuroscientists."
    –Fred H. Gage, Ph.D., Adler Chair for Research on Age-Related Neurodegenerative Disease, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies 

“Much wisdom shines through this extraordinary collection of superbly constructed essays addressing the conundrum of how an immaterial mind emerges from a material brain.”
    –Jerome Kagan, Ph.D., emeritus professor of Psychology, Harvard University