- Title Pages
4Not All Brains Are Made the Same
5Remarkable, but Not Extraordinary
6The Elephant in the Room
7What Cortical Expansion?
8A Body Matter?
9So How Much Does It Cost?
10Brains or Brawn: You Can’t Have Both
11Thank Cooking for Your Neurons
12… But Plenty of Neurons Aren’t Enough
- Epilogue: Our Place in Nature
Appendix A:Body Mass, Brain Mass, and Number of Neurons
Appendix B:Scaling Rules
- (p.21) 2 Brain Soup
- The Human Advantage
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Why two brains of similar size probably don’t have similar numbers of neurons; 100 billion neurons in the human brain as an order-of-magnitude estimate; how to count cells in a brain; how to turn brains into soup
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