Written in a style similar to "Physics of Star Trek", "Star Trek on the Brain" explores the customs and behaviour of the characters from "Star Films" and episodes from the original "Star Trek" series, "The Next Generation", "Deep Space Nine" and "Voyager". The authors, psychologists and Trekkers, use "Star Trek" stories to describe the relationship between the mind and the brain, the complex connections between emotion and reason, the working of the senses and the changeability of the brain. Equipped with a glossary of the main characters and a list of episodes discussed, this book is for inveterate Trekkers and "Star Trek" novices alike.
ROBERT SEKULER is the Jesse and Louis Salvage Professor of Psychology at Brandeis University. His research has focused on motion perception and perceptual function in older people. RANDOLPH BLAKE is Professor of Psychology at Vanderbilt University and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Psychological Society. He is the co-author, with Robert Sekuler, of Perception, a textbook.
Preface Star Trek on the Brain Why Spock Can Cry but Data Cannot Sex, Memes, and Videotapes Klingons will be Klingons What Geordi Saw and What Quark Heard Even Starship Captains Get Amnesia Disordered Brains, Disordered Minds Today's Brain, Tomorrow's Mind Who's Who and What's What: A Glossary of Characters Star Trek Episodes Mentioned in this Book Notes Index
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