Daniel Levitin

Daniel Levitin is an American-Canadian writer, cognitive neuroscientist and musician. Levitin originally enrolled to study music at Berklee College of Music in Boston but left his studies to join various bands and work as a music producer. He returned to academia in his thirties to study cognitive psychology and neuroscience at Stanford University, where he earned his BA, and subsequently went on to obtain a Master’s degree and a PhD from the University of Oregon.

Levitin’s scientific work focuses on the neuroscience of music perception and cognition – the topic which he explored in his first, chart-topping This is Your Brain on Music (2006). It was followed by The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature (2008), The Organized Mind (2015) and A Field Guide to Lies and Statistics (2017). His latest book The Changing Mind: A Neuroscientist's Guide to Ageing Well was published in February 2020.

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Challenging widely held assumptions about the diminishing abilities of an ageing brain, leading neuroscientist Daniel Levitin argues that we should view getting older as a beneficial experience rather than a form of cognitive entropy. Persuasively argued and consistently surprising, The Changing Mind will alter your perception of the relationship between age and intellect.
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Books by Daniel Levitin

This is Your Brain on Music
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The World in Six Songs
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The Organized Mind
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A Field Guide to Lies and Statistics
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The Changing Mind
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The Changing Mind
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