Drawing upon 35 years experience Noel Eastwood examines the history of Britain's settlement as the foundations of English language; the history of writing and how the English language progressed from Runes to Latin script and the neurological processes involved when we read and speak. Ideal for parents and educators on the origins of English and the brain's role in language.
What if you could live your dreams? What if the power of imagination could erase the inequities of life? The staff at Eden makes that possible and Kat Hammond turns to them when nothing else can erase the pain of her mother’s progressive illness. But something sinister takes place there and when Kat learns the truth she becomes trapped in a nightmare from which no one returns.
Human Memory adds a new dimension to human medicine and neurology.The human brain is the most complex system in the known universe. This system has developed according to the principles of evolution. Investigating the origins of the brain might lead to more comprehension of its functioning. Memory is the storage, retention and recall of information including past experiences, knowledge and thought
This is a special book that deals with a serious illness — Alzheimer’s disease. Through Ruth Swerdloff’s journal and observations by family members, the haunting truth of what this disease steals from a family becomes clear.
It is also intended as resource for caregivers and family members who are faced with caring for someone suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Current original manuscript describing the brain parts to body parts connections...Lack of sightedness...Workplace injuries...Book 5 of Grove Health Science Series...Manuscript is updated as new information becomes available...DIY Chemo for cancer...DIY Mammography...
Sense Perception and Reality examines the amazing similarities between philosophical idealism and the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum physics. It concludes the universe is observer dependent and varies with the sensory apparatus used to observe it. The book examines the consequences of an observer dependent universe and shows that such a universe in consistent with a modern objective science