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The Happy Brain

The Science of Where Happiness Comes From, and Why

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The Happy Brain by Dean Burnett
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Do you want to be happy? If so - read on. This book has all the answers.* In The Happy Brain, neuroscientist Dean Burnett delves deep into the inner workings of our minds to explore some fundamental questions about happiness. For starters: what does it actually mean to be happy? Where does it come from? And is there a secret to making it last forever? In his research into these questions - and many more besides - Burnett unravels our complex internal lives to reveal the often surprising truth behind what makes us tick. From whether happiness really begins at home (spoiler alert: yes - sort of) to what love, sex, friendship, wealth, laughter and success actually do to our brains, this book offers a uniquely entertaining insight into what it means to be human. * Not really. Sorry. But it does have some very interesting questions, and at least the occasional answer.

Author Biography

Dean Burnett is a neuroscientist, blogger, sometimes-comedian and author. He is 35 and lives in Cardiff. He is currently a lecturer/tutor at the Cardiff University Centre for Medical Education. His first book, The Idiot Brain, was an international bestseller published in over 20 countries. His 'Brain Flapping' blog is the most read on the Guardian science network, with over 15 million views since 2012.
Release date NZ
April 4th, 2019
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
Main
Imprint
Guardian Faber Publishing
Pages
352
Dimensions
129x198x21
ISBN-13
9781783351305
Product ID
28294625

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