Think and Eat Yourself Smart: A Neuroscientific Approach to a Sharper Mind and Healthier Life by Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf is a qualified communication pathologist and audiologist with a bachelor of science degree in logopaedics and both a master’s and PhD in communication pathology, specializing in cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology. She did pioneering research on neuroplasticity in traumatic brain injury (TBI) and learning disabilities and education in the early nineties, and developed a theory on the science of thought and the neuroplasticity of learning. Dr. Leaf has continued her research and is currently busy with various projects showing the mind-body connection in mental and physical health. She ran a clinical practice for twenty-five years, serving patients in health care, education, and the corporate world.

Dr. Leaf is now an international and national conference speaker and author on topics relating to thinking, the mind and how it changes the brain, neuroplasticity, mental health, optimal brain performance, toxic stress, toxic thoughts, male/female brain differences, intellectual development and learning, controlling our thought lives, wisdom, and how to identify and use one’s natural gifts. She and her husband, Mac, live with their four children in the United States.

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