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The Organized Mind

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Our brains are drowning in information—more than five times as much information each day as we had in 1986. But we simply aren’t hardwired to cope with the accelerating pace of modern life. So it’s no wonder that we experience the negative effects of cognitive overload in our everyday lives—difficulty making decisions, losing our keys, forgetting names and being just plain exhausted. Now Bottom Line contributor Daniel J. Levitin, PhD, helps you calm your life and your brain by applying neuroscience with tips for organizing your home, your time, your relationships—and even harnessing the power of the junk drawer. This entertaining best-seller can help you organize your mind in today’s sometimes chaotic world. 

The neuroscientist author of This Is Your Brain on Music evaluates how the human brain responds to today's information-driven culture, drawing on the latest scientific discoveries to explore how the brain is struggling or adapting in the areas of attention, memory and decision-making.

Author Levitin, Daniel J.
Author Bio
DANIEL J. LEVITIN, PhD, is the James McGill Professor of psychology and behavioral neuroscience at McGill Universitywhere he also teaches in the graduate school of businessand dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at the Minerva Schools at KGI. The author of two New York Times bestselling books, This Is Your Brain on Music andThe World in Six Songs, he splits his time between Montreal and Orinda, California.
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Publication Date Aug 19, 2014
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