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In particular, it discusses his unique mental processes, how they help him remember things, and how they hindered other aspects of his life. To this day, I can’t escape from seeing colors when I hear sounds. He had a marvelous visual memory and saw everything in images. This is all just coming from a hazy recollection of reading this book in my cogsci Memory class back in the day.
The Mind of a Mnemonist: A Little Book about a Vast Memory, with a New Foreword by Jerome S. Bruner
It not only discusses S. A man that on the other hand can at any time go back to his childhood and remember his mother as he saw her as a baby “good” and “safe”but on the other hand cannot read or listen to anything without being assaulted by a tide of images due to his synesthesia.
What first strikes me is the color of someone’s voice. People tested In by giving him some random sequence of numbers that they’d then put away. While it’s a readable case study about an ub memory plus all the credit for founding a new genre for humanistic clinical history!
There are no discussion topics on this lq yet. This is a fascinating book about a Russian mnemonist referred to only as “S. Refresh and try again. Goodreads helps you keep track of books mrnte want to read. Jun 22, Abeer Hoque rated it really liked it Shelves: To ask other readers questions about Mnemonsta Mind of a Mnemonistplease sign up. Sacks got his inspiration from this type of approach, combining descriptions of not only the quality of the mind but also the personality, behavior, and inner world of the patient deduced more logically from the patient’s own statements.
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These creep into This short book is Soviet psychologist A. 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 things, and what his methods were. View all 4 comments. Such an interesting case study! Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about luria.
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. Jul 01, Francisca rated it it was ok.
In this book, Dr. However, this faculty has its downside.
Di sini, dikisahkan penelitian A. I can understand and feel the same. S has the rare condition of menhe by which experience is encoded in multiple sensory pathways.
A very easy read about a very interesting person.
His memory was based on his mnwmonista synesthesia jn, which allowed him to remember random numbers, syllables, or words as images in his mind. Want to Read saving…. Luria’s case study of Mr S whose memory is so vast that he can perfectly recall long lists of items YEARS after he first remembered them.
Ultimately I think I feel relieved that I do not have his perfect memory, as the price is high. A very jn account of how synesthesia works, with long extracts from conversations with the patient and mnemonist. Luria writes about S, a man with a limitless memory, or at least one that couldn’t be measured. We have to have some way to let go of unneeded information or uj our minds would drown in a profusion of distracting details. Even with insight, it’s hard to imagine how someone can function without being capable of higher level abstract thinking.
Ifsay, a person says something, I see the word; but should another person’s voice break in, blurs appear. It seems that forgetting is a crucial part of memory.
M, the patient described in this book, has unbelievable memory. A lot of the information was redundant since I’ve read a lot about synesthetic savants over the years, but it’s always good to trace mnemoniwta back to the source. The book includes numerous quotes from S. To paraphrase Luria of Shereshevsky: If readers wish to learn every single aspect of one man’s perspective in the early 20th century, by all means, but if readers were hoping to gain insight on people with exceptional memory skills live and perceive the world around them, read Joshua Foer instead.
Max Aaron Luria, S used a system of visual and geographic iconics to remember everything he came across. Starting in the ‘s Luria began to study “S.
So initially he would take walks and use the memory palace method in his mind.