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Sharon Begley

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Sharon Begley, science columnist for The Wall Street Journal, inaugurated the paper’s “Science Journal” in 2002. She was previously the senior science writer at Newsweek, covering neuroscience, genetics, physics, astronomy, and anthropology. The co-author of The Mind and the Brain, she has won many awards for her articles She is a frequent guest on radio and television, including The Charlie Rose Show, Today Weekend, CBS’s The Early Show, and Imus in the Morning. She lives in New Jersey.


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Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain
How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves
Written by Sharon Begley


Format: eBook, 304 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books
On Sale: November 12, 2008
Price: $13.99

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Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain
How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves
Written by Sharon Begley


Format: Trade Paperback, 304 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books
On Sale: November 20, 2007
Price: $16.00

Is it really possible to change the structure and function of the brain, and in so doing alter how we think and feel? The answer is a resounding yes. In late 2004, leading Western scientists joined the Dalai Lama at his home in Dharamsala, India, to address this very question--and in... Read more >
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