Mathematics & Science » Neuroscience
Looking for the best books ever written on neuroscience? So are we. We asked the experts, including Lisa Feldman Barrett, Andrew Lees, Dick Passingham, Sebastian Seung, David Brooks and Sarah-Jane Blakemore for their reading recommendations.
Among the most commonly recommended books in this section are Oliver Sacks’ The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Peter C Whybrow’s The Well-Tuned Brain, and Utah Frith’s Autism: Explaining the Enigma. (Those seeking the best books on autism: see our tag page here.)