Not Scientific American Reprints
Books published by W. H. Freemen are sometimes exciting and relevant,
sometimes repetitious and dull. This one is exciting. Like the better
Freemen books, this one is detailed and reasonably thorough, yet readable
by those not in the specialty dealt with by the book. I am still looking
for a comparable book that is more current with today's knowledge of the
brain. But even with a 15-year handicap, there is a great deal of
valuable information here.