Harvard Health Books

Jeff Brown MD

Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Jeff Brown, MD, is a champion of cognitive-behavioral psychology.

Outside of his private practice, Brown is the psychologist for the Boston Marathon medical team and is on Runner’s World magazine’s scientific advisory board. As the Boston Marathon psychologist, he provides clinical consultation and intervention to runners on race day and has had the privilege of working with dedicated physicians, nurses, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals over the last decade.

Dr. Brown’s psychology expertise has been cited by The New York Times, ESPN, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Woman’s Day magazine, FOX News, Family Circle, Boston Magazine, and ABC.com. His witty and meaningful messages are frequently heard by audiences at various conferences and events across the country.

The Winner’s Brain: 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success is one of Brown’s most popular books. It blends cutting-edge brain science and cognitive-behavioral psychology, all of which take aim at calibrating the brain for success. Co-authored with neuroscientist colleague Mark Fenske, Ph.D. and writer Liz Neporent, The Winner’s Brain is available in multiple languages. His first book, The Competitive Edge: How to Win Every Time You Compete, props up personal integrity in the midst of fierce competition.

  • The Winner’s Brain: 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success
  • The Competitive Edge: How to Win Every Time You Compete
  • Anxiety: The Invisible Bully
  • Build a Better Brain
Book Review

Book Review

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'The Winner's Brain' by Jeff Brown and Mark Fenske with Liz Neporent

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