|Author:||Daniel L. Schacter|
|Subcategory:||Psychology & Counseling|
|Publisher:||Basic Books; 1st edition (May 30, 1996)|
|Category:||Fitness and Health|
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Full of anecdotes and medical studies, the book manages to be interesting as well as informative. I was glad he confirmed for me one of my own beliefs-we can be changed by experiences we don't remember.
Many of the advances have come from the study of brain-damaged patients: some remember past events clearly, yet forget the basics of everyday knowledge; others have precisely the reverse affliction. So it is with Schacter's book: repeatedly he talks about the hippocampus or other location in the brain as being a spot of brain activity when memories are recalled, but that says nothing about how they are recorded.
Издательство: Basic Books.
Schacter, Daniel L. Publication date. Schacter also takes us into the hidden world of implicit memories - unconscious influences of the past that, outside our awareness, affect our judgments, preferences, and actions. And he examines the nature and accuracy of emotionally traumatic memories, using the latest advances in cognitive neuroscience to clarify vexing issues in the heated controversy over repressed memories of childhood trauma. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
With references to art and autobiography and fascinating case studies, a la Oliver Sacks, he explains how one's past experiences influence the formation of new memories, how and why memory changes as people age, and much more. The book also sheds light on such hot topics as false memory syndrome, recovered memory, Alzheimer's disease and brain-damaged patients.
In addition to his books, Schacter publishes regularly in scientific journals
2001); The Seven Sins of Memory: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers (2001). In addition to his books, Schacter publishes regularly in scientific journals. Among the topics that Schacter has investigated are: Alzheimer's Disease, the neuroscience of memory, age-related memory effects, issues related to false memory, and memory and simulation.
Now, according to Daniel Schacter, one of the most . I found this book a very interesting reading, and surely learned some new facts. Daniel L. Schacter is professor and chair of psychology at Harvard University.
I found this book a very interesting reading, and surely learned some new facts.
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Daniel Schacter brilliantly interweaves scientific findings, artistic representations, philosophical .
Daniel Schacter brilliantly interweaves scientific findings, artistic representations, philosophical reflections and his own personal history into a non-stop tour de force exposition of the study of memory. Proust, Ebbinghaus, Larry Squire and Isabel Allende all find their places in this remarkable volume. An effortless, informative, and stimulating read for anyone interested in the human mind.