Compare topics within the book to the course. Explain and define different developmental concepts and relate them to examples from the book. 15 points

Select from these texts:
Sacks, O. (1998). The man who mistook his wife for a hat and other clinical tales. New York City, NY: Touchstone.
ISBN: 978-0684853949

Cytowic, R. E. & Cole, J. (2008). The man who tasted shapes. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
ISBN: 978-0262532556

Ramachandran, V. S., Blakeslee, S., & Sacks, O. (1999). Phantoms in the brain: Probing the mysteries of the human mind. New York City, NY: William Morrow.
ISBN: 978-0688172176

Kahnerman, D. (2011). Thinking, fast and slow. New York City, NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
ISBN: 978-1429969352

Sacks, O. (2012). Hallucinations. Toronto, ON: Knopf Canada.
ISBN: 978-0307402196

Responses should by typed and follow the correct format (double-space, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins. The review should be around five pages in length.

1. Thoroughly summarize the book that you selected for your review. Provide an adequate description and address the main points of the book.
10 points

2. Provide your opinions and critiques, supported with adequate arguments, regarding the book and author’s points.
15 points

3. Compare topics within the book to the course. Explain and define different developmental concepts and relate them to examples from the book.
15 points

4. Construct your paper with proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Use a professional tone/voice within your writing. Follow proper formatting as described above.
10 points

Please note: Do NOT copy verbatim (word for word) from the text or other resources—THIS IS PLAGIARISM. Be sure to paraphrase and cite where appropriate. Failure to do so may result in 0 points.