The Odd Brain

The Odd Brain

The Odd Brain is a book written by Dr Stephen Juan published in 1998. It was compiled through a series of questions from readers and the general public and answers questions such as, Why is the brain the body's cleanest organ? and What is the Svengali Effect?

It is the sequel to "The Odd Body" book, also written by Dr Juan.

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* [ Dr Juan's books]

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