Il s’agit d’une autobiographie du scientifique Eric Kandel. C’est à la fois un témoignage historique et scientifique ; les péripéties de sa vie et celles de ses. En busca de la memoria, de Eric.R Kandel. 2 likes. Book. Enjoying this preview? Become a member to read the full title. Join today and read free for 30 days. Need help? Start Your Free Trial. Kandel,Eric-En Busca de .
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This is probably the clearest outline of scientific research that I’ve ever read, but it goes well beyond that, because it is interwoven with the personal progress of a remarkable human being. Kandel in his autobiography gives not only an elegant and thoughtful account of his Nobel-prize winning research career but beautifully explains memory and all of the researchers who have pushed that frontier alongside Kandel.
I do not remember myself reading a book which emphasized Jews so much, erim seeing history from the authors perspective was really educational and interesting. He has a noble prize and co-wrote Principles of Neural Science, the standard neuroscience book that every neuroscientist has. Three stars just because I applaud people who explain science well.
The autobiographical sections can be a bit unexciting but his interests in art and psychoanalysis contribute for an interesting tour of ideas. Kindle Direct Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente.
This book is a great book for anyone at all interested in Neuroscience. I found Kandel to come off as being a little condescending in places, especially when he was writing about the scientific discovery process.
Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. A very readable science book for the layperson, explaining the basic neuroscience of memory.
In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind
Faces and how they are processed by the brain and the reactivity on the parts of facial recognition is an interesting study. Jul 27, Kayson Fakhar rated it it was amazing. This was for me one of those magical books – the kind I wish I had not yet read, so I could read it again for first time. I would have liked to have learned more about Kandel’s own experience with psychoanalysis.
As a result, the non-Jewish Viennese were eager to advance themselves by replacing Jews in the professions: A remarkable book about memory, it may also work as an introduction to neuroscience, though, some background in neuroanatomy and related areas may be required. Many Viennese simply took possession of Jewish homes and belongings. His insights showed the intricate complexities of how genes are integral to how changes in memory occur, how they are triggered, how they are sustained, and how they stored in a multitude of locations and animals.
This information has allowed me to realize that I can control how strongly I feel about things that happened in the past by simply not revisiting the memory.
The author constructs the book around his own history and his own motivation both for study of memory. I will likely forget all the Years ago I added this book to my little “to read” list with expectations of this book being helpful on how to improve memory. We are who we are in large part because of what we learn bbusca remember. Once he is clear of Vienna, he has the freedom to explore, examine and verify the underpinnings of what he calls “mind,” not “the mind.
I got used to it, but it maybe a little bit disturbing. To be honest, I didn’t realize that Holocaust denial or down-play was even possible in Europe in recent times, and I wish Kandel and his collaborators well on their current efforts to address that issue.
In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind by Eric R. Kandel
Some would claim we know more about memory circuits than any other brain function. It reaches the point where he seems to imply that psychoanalysis is like some kind of intellectual sponge that can soak up every ounce of knowledge from every approach to psychology every spawned over the last century behaviorism, cognitive, gestalt, molecular, computational, etc.
Learn how that happens, multiply by tens of billions, and you have a working human brain. Another part of the book was very autobiographical, which led to lots of names which, again, Kkandel likely forget and educated me slightly more about some aspects of history.
There are many ways to get at the science he present This is an improbable book by an improbable man. The successes of the Jewish community—economic, political, cultural, and academic—generated envy and a desire for revenge among non-Jews, especially those in the university.
He makes it understandable without dumbing it down. Kandel continues to believe that Freud, originally a neurologist, remains relevant, particularly in the dimensions kanddl understanding the conscious, the pre-conscious, and the mdmoria. For me, that’s a ridiculous idea, I think they are really opposite, but I am curious, so if anyone knows a book that talks about that idea, I will welcome it. And also with strong bias in my topic of interest: I burned out halfway through Kandel’s career, and couldn’t muster the enthusiasm to finish the final hundred-odd pages before it was due back at the library.
I’ve lea This is one of the most eye-opening books I have ever read.
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But if you’re a cognitive neuroscience dork like me and you love reading about the history of science like meand if you are reading this book on an e-reader, so you can pop back and forth between the text and web based resources e. Kandel’s life really is his fascination with science, his attachment to his wife, emmoria his generosity toward his scientific colleagues.
Kandel intertwines the intellectual history of the powerful new science of the mind-a combination of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and molecular biology-with his own personal quest to understand memory. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. His rampant defenses of Freud that crop up through his introspective segments boarder on the line of embarrassing for a man of his status and ability. Kandel, a 9 year old Jew in Vienna instarts his book with his memories of Anschluss and Kristallnacht, describes the vividness of these memories and how years later they made him interested in why and how certain memories are remembered while others are lost.
But, I wanted to say a few things about it in case anyone else was interested.