How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are
Kevin J. Mitchell
A leading neuroscientist explains why your personal traits are more innate than you thinkWhat makes you the way you are--and what makes each of us different from everyone else? In Innate, leading neuroscientist and popular science blogger Kevin Mitchell traces human diversity and individual differences to their deepest level: in the wiring of our b...
Sep 16, 2019Humans see about 60 frames a second, sharks 30, dogs 120. Insects see up to seven times faster than us. That may be why it's hard to swat a fly: To flies, humans are lumbering giants, moving in slow motion. Source: @WiringTheBrain's excellent book Innate – source