Table of contents for Are we unique? : a scientist explores the unparalleled intelligence of the human mind / James Trefil.

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Is There Anything Left For Us?
Humans and Animals: The Same but Different.
Of Fleeing Anemones and Smart Lobsters.
Can Animals Talk?
The Brain.
Of Tamping Rods and Grandmother Cells: How the Brain Works.
How Did We Get to Be So Smart?: The Evolution of Intelligence.
Moving Wheels and Moving Electrons: How a Computer Works.
Artificial Intelligence, Learning Machines, and Chinese Rooms.
Why the Brain Is Not a Computer.
Can the Brain Do Something a Computer Can't?: G?del and Penrose.
The Problem of Consciousness.
Consciousness and Complexity.
Is There Anything Left for Us?

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Human information processing, Thought and thinking, Intellect, Artificial intelligence, Psychology, Comparative