Hare brain, tortoise mind: why intelligence increases when you think less

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Fourth Estate, May 15, 1997 - Medical - 259 pages
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Review: Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less

User Review  - Diane Woodrow - Goodreads

Here is a book that made me weep. As a home schooler this was how I taught my children, to sit, to think, to wait, to understand that there are more outcomes than just the logical one. I am now a part ... Read full review

Review: Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less

User Review  - Frano Jančić - Goodreads

Author Guy Claxton explains in detail how brain works. I was introduced to concept of unconscious mind and how it behaves in everyday life. This is not theory you learn in school so be prepared for something new, revolutionary. Use this book to prepare yourself for life-long learning. Read full review

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Contents

The Speed of Thought
1
Learning by Osmosis
15
How Thinking Gets in the Way of Learning
28
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