writes about Solomon Shereshevsky, the mysterious subject of the neuropsychologist Alexander Luria’s “The Mind of a Mnemonist” who was. The Mind of a Mnemonist has ratings and 85 reviews. In this book, Dr. A. R. Luria writes about S, a man with a limitless memory, or at least one that. This was The Mind of a Mnemonist, and I read the first dozen pages or so The author, Alexander Luria publishing as A. R. Luria), was a.
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Luria was not thhe of the team that originally standardized this test; he was only indirectly referenced by other researchers as a scholar who had published relevant results in the field of neuropsychology. It’s a fairly short read, and an interesting account of extreme variability in a mind: Jun 14, Amanda rated it it was ok.
He had trouble remembering a word if lria sound did not fit its meaning. Jun 22, Hhe Hoque rated it really liked it Shelves: He also occasionally had problems reading, because the written words evoked distracting sensations. Retrieved from ” https: Brain regions Clinical neuropsychology Cognitive neuropsychology Cognitive neuroscience Dementia Human brain Neuroanatomy Neurophysiology Neuropsychological assessment Neuropsychological rehabilitation Traumatic brain injury. InLuria met Lev Vygotsky who would influence him greatly.
Published April 30th by Harvard University Press first published Byhis father, the chief of the gastroenterological clinics at Botkin Hospital, had died of stomach cancer. Place Mihd New York. In response to Lysenkoism alexandeer purge of geneticists  Luria decided to pursue a physician degree, which he completed with honors in the summer of There seemed to be no limitations to his memory capacity, so Luria became bored with that sort of thing, and began asking how he did these thi An engrossing and excellent account of a man with a phenomenal memory.
Aleksandr Romanovich Primary Category: My library Help Advanced Book Search. Open Preview See a Problem? The synesthesia and amazing recall came at a price: Mind and brain portal. Was a follow-up to the Oliver Sacks memoir; he wrote of Luria frequently, and I thought I should read one of Luria’s cases Unskilled children demonstrated acute dysfunction of the generalizing and regulating functions of speech.
Pertama kali tertarik baca buku ini waktu baca Mind Map book karangan Tony Buzan, disitu disebutkan bahwa mencatat berulang-ulang, atau menuliskan sesuatu di kertas, adalah metode yang digunakan Sheresevsky agar dia bisa melupakan.
But the boundary between the visual imagery of his imagination and reality was often be nebulous and he was prone to distraction that could border on split personality. In this book, Dr. Once memorized, S can recall a list after years. Luria does a good job of trying to present how this guy thinks, a seemingly impossible task. Karena yang dia ingat ketika melihat wajah orang adalah ekspresinya, padahal ekspresi sendiri berubah setiap waktu.
A very easy read about a very interesting person. No in dark places.
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Other editions – View all The Mind of a Mnemonist: A nerdy read and read for a nerdy reason. Mind and Brain portal. Mar 13, Gloria rated it liked it.
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Ifsay, a person says something, I see the word; but should another person’s lurla break in, blurs appear. He had become a performing mnemonist. His memories were so strong that he could recall them after many years. InLuria submitted the manuscript in Russian and defended it as a doctoral dissertation at the University of Tbilisi not published in Russian until