- 1 About the book
- 2 About this website
- 3 Locating notes here
- 4 Other questions?
About the book
What is Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain?
About this website
Is this website similar to the book?
This website is much more technical than the book.
Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain is written in plain English for the general public. This website adds scientific details that were too lengthy or complex for the book.
I haven't read the book. Can I still use this website?
Certainly! You'll probably need the book, however, to understand the content fully. This site isn't complete in itself — I wrote it as a supplement to the book.
Locating notes here
What is 7half.info?
Web addresses like
http://7half.info/... are just shortcuts to reach individual endnotes on this site. These shortcuts appear in the printed appendix for Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain.
Since you are already on this site, you don't need these shortcuts. Just use the search box above.
How do I search for notes?
If the book refers you a web note like this:
enter that "something" in the search box above. For example, if the book directs you to, then search for amphioxus.
Is there a glossary of terms?
Yes, right here.