Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain Quiz

David Eagleman
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What assumption is at the core of the American legal system? (from Chapter 6 Why Blameworthiness Is the Wrong Question)

2.

What is the significant fact in the two showings to the men? (from Chapter 4 The Kinds of Thoughts That Are Thinkable)

3.

What does an experiment that has people associate words such as "like" or "dislike" measure? (from Chapter 3 Mind: The Gap)

4.

What disease does Eagleman mention in support of his argument about free will? (from Chapter 6 Why Blameworthiness Is the Wrong Question)

5.

What are our brains wired to do as far as complicated tasks are concerned? (from Chapter 3 Mind: The Gap)

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