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The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight In The Age Of Information Overload

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    Weight0.362 kg
    Author

    Daniel J. Levitin

    Publisher

    Penguin

    Book Type

    Non-Fiction

    Categories

    Business, Self-help, Strategy & Management

    Best for

    Optimize cognitive functions, improve productivity, and reduce the cognitive load associated with information overload

    Ages

    18+

    Binding

    Large Print Hardcover

    Edition

    29 September 2015

    ISBN

    978-0241965788

    Language

    English

    Pages

    528

    Printing Remarks

    Economy (Local Print)

    Dimension

    12.9 x 2.2 x 19.8 cm

    Weight

    0.362 Kg

    Description

    Levitin’s work is not just a guide to organizing information; it is a comprehensive exploration of how the human brain processes and manages the constant influx of data. By combining scientific research with real-world examples and practical advice, “The Organized Mind” becomes a valuable resource for individuals seeking to enhance their cognitive abilities and productivity in a world saturated with information. Levitin’s engaging writing style and interdisciplinary approach make this book accessible to a wide range of readers, from those interested in neuroscience to those simply looking for practical tips to navigate the complexities of modern life.

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    In “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload,” neuroscientist and author Daniel J. Levitin explores the challenges posed by the overwhelming amount of information in the modern world and offers practical insights into how to navigate this complex landscape. Levitin draws on principles from neuroscience, psychology, and behavioral science to provide readers with strategies for managing information overload, making better decisions, and improving overall cognitive function. The book delves into topics such as the organization of physical and digital spaces, the impact of multitasking on productivity, and the importance of taking breaks for optimal brain performance.