January 14th 2014
Progress – Issue 1: Training Your Brain To Make Better Decisions
When it comes to decision-making, neuroscience can offer a complex but sadly incomplete understanding of what is really going on in our heads. Within the inaugural edition of our new e-magazine, Progress, best-selling author and Dean of Sheffield Medical School, Dr. Steve Peters asks ‘do you owe it to yourself and others around you to make the effort to understand yourself better and get the quality of life you deserve?’
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