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Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work

By Mason Spirit contributor on April 4, 2009

Raja Parasuraman, University Professor, Psychology, and Matthew Rizzo

In Neuroergonomics (Oxford University Press, February 2008), not only do Parasuraman and Rizzo explain the different parts of the brain and how they work, they also describe various research methods starting at the basic and working up to the more complex, enabling a further essential understanding of human beings. This book combines science and the functions of the brain to illustrate previous studies, as well as new and potential findings.

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