One of the fathers of cognitive neuroscience narrates his life’s work in this warm memoir illuminating the birth of the revolutionary split-brain theory—the counterintuitive idea that instead of a unified brain, there’s a synchronized waltz between the independent left and right hemispheres. Gazzaniga’s tales of decades-long friendships show that science can be a surprisingly social co-creative effort that thrives outside the lab—say, over drinks, in the backs of RVs, or on Tahitian beaches.
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