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How the Brain Learns

  title={How the Brain Learns},
  author={David A. Sousa},
Preface to the Fourth Edition Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction 1. Basic Brain Facts 2. How the Brain Processes Information 3. Memory, Retention, and Learning 4. The Power of Transfer 5. Brain Organization and Learning 6. The Brain and the Arts 7. Thinking Skills and Learning 8. Putting It All Together Resources Glossary References Index 
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