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Helps the client visualise the complexities of the brain and mental health disorders. This book contains a colour-coded puzzle that allows users to deconstruct the cerebral cortex to see exactly how and where it fits together.
An ideal tool for helping your clients to visualize the complexities of the brain and mental health disorders-and a useful refresher for practitioners who find brain anatomy overwhelming-this color-coded brain puzzle puts it all in perspective, allowing users to deconstruct the major functional areas of the cerebral cortex to see exactly how and where they fit together. Each section of the brain is a removable piece. All the major cortex areas are represented, in a parietal view-visual, associative, motor, auditory, emotional, sensory association, olfactory, somatosensory, Wernicke's area, areas governing higher mental functions, and the cerebellum. A legend is included indicating what each of the functional areas is responsible for, from short-term memory and hunger, to language comprehension and creativity, and the ability to concentrate. Fun as well as educational, this hands-on model will help you engage your clients-and brush up on your own knowledge of brain anatomy.
Founded in 1923, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. is the oldest and largest publishing house owned entirely by its employees. The entries in Morning Meditations are drawn exclusively from the archives of Norton Professional Books, an editorial division of Norton that, for over 30 years, has published leading works by seminal figures in mental health and well-being.