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Train Your Brain: Build a Framework for Clear Thinking

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Train Your Brain: Build a Framework for Clear Thinking
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Publisher: Smashwords

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The book will help you build a mental framework for clear thinking. The basic anatomy of the brain is presented. Strategies are summarized for learning, for managing memories, and for problem solving. A model of consciousness is developed. With daily practice you can learn more in less time and improve your ability to think clearly.

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