Research and Writing – Links to selected works by Dr. Marian Diamond

marian_brain_v4If you want learn about our documentary My Love Affair With the Brain: The Life and Science of Dr. Marian Diamond, click here.

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But if you want to read some of Dr. Diamonds research in her own words, you are in the right place!

To that end, below are two lists.  First,  a list of her books in English currently available at libraries or for sale on-line.  Second, a partial list of papers with a series of links to her papers – which we intend on expanding and elaborating before the film is released.

BOOKS

Magic Trees of the Mind: How to Nuture you Child’s Intelligence, Creativity, and Healthy Emotions from Birth,  by Marian Diamond and Janet Hopson, 1999

The Human Brain Coloring Book, by Marian C. Diamond and Arnold B. Scheibel, 1985

Enriching Heredity: The Impact of the Environment on the Anatomy of the Brain,  by Marian Cleeves Diamond, 1988

ARTICLES

Chemical and Anatomical Plasticity of Brain: Changes in brain through experience, demanded by learning theories, are found in experiments with rats
Edward L. Bennett, Marian C. Diamond, David Krech, Mark R. Rosenzweig
Science, Vol. 146, No. 3644, pp 610-619, Oct. 30, 1964

Marian Cleeves Diamond” in  The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography, Vol. 6
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Society for Neuroscience, The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography Series

Women in Modern Science
Marian C. Diamond, PhD
Journal of the American Medical Women’s Asssociation, Vol. 18, No 11, pp. 891-896,  November 1963

The Effects of an Enriched Environment on the Histology of the Rat Cerebral Cortex
by Marian C. Diamond, David Krech and Mark R. Rosenzweig
The Journal of Comparative Neurology, Vol. 123, No. 1, August 1964

Mental stimulation increases circulating CD4-positive T lymphocytes: a preliminary study
Marian C. Diamond, Jeanne Weidner, Peter Schow, Stanley Grell, Marian Everett
Cognitive Brain Research, 2001

Sex and the Cerebral Cortex
Marian Cleeves Diamond
Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 25, pp 823-825, 1989

Mind Alert:  Good News About the Aging Brain
from a special lecture by Marian Diamond and Arnold Scheibel
A Joint Program of The American Society on Aging and the MetLife Foundation

On the Brain of a Scientist: Albert Einstein
Marian C. Diamond, Arnold B. Scheibel, Greer m. Murphy, Jr., and Thomas Harvey
Experimental Neurology, Vol. 88, pp. 198-204, 1985

Response of the Brain to Enrichment
Marian C. Diamond
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, Vol. 73, no. 2, Rio de Janeiro, June 2001

Brain Changes in Response to Experience
Rats kept in a lively environment for 30 days show distinct changes in brain anatomy and chemistry compared with animals ketp in a dull environment.  The implications of these effects for people are assessed.
Mark R. Rosenzweig, Edward L. Bennett and Marian Cleeves Diamond
Scientific American, p22-30, February 1972

Significance of Enrichment
Marian Cleeves Diamond
from Enriching Heredity, Chapter 10, 1988

Male and Female Brains
Marian Diamond
Summary of Lecture for Women’s Forum West Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California  September, 2003.  Reprinted in “New Horizons for Learning” Series, Johns Hopkins School of Education

Why Einstein’s Brain?
Marian C. Diamond, PhD
Text of a lecture at Doe Library, Berkeley, CA, Jan. 8, 1999.  Reprinted in “New Horizons for Learning” Series, Johns Hopkins School of Education

The Brain … Use it or Lose It
Marian Cleeves Diamond
Mindshift Connection, Vol. 1, no. 1, 1996, Reprinted in “New Horizons for Learning” Series, Johns Hopkins School of Education

My Search for Love and Wisdom in the Brain
Marian Diamond
“New Horizons for Learning” Series, Johns Hopkins School of Education, 2000

What are the Determinants of Children’s Acadmic Successes and Difficulties?
Marian Cleeves Diamond, PhD
excerpted from a presentation at an invitational conferenece Getting It Right About Children’s Development, sponsored by the Harvard Children’s Initiative, Friday, Feb 5, 1999.  Reprinted in “New Horizons for Learning” Series, Johns Hopkins School of Education

Plasticity in the 904-Day-Old Male Rat Cerebral Cortex
Marian C. Diamond, Ruth Johnson, Ann Marie Protti, Carol Ott, and Linda Kajisa
Experimental Neurology 87, 309-317 (1985)

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Want more to read more?  Corrections to the above?  You are welcome to join us in the Marian Diamond documentary project.  Send an email.  We look forward to hearing from you.

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