: Pequeño libro de una gran memoria: la mente de un mnemonista: In Stock. Buy PEQUEÑO LIBRO DE UNA GRAN MEMORIA (LA MENTE DE UN MNEMONISTA) by A. R. LURIA (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Buy Pequeño libro de una gran memoria: la mente de un mnemonista by Aleksandr Romanovich Luriia, Lidia Kúper Fridman (ISBN: ) from.

Author: Kagak Vigal
Country: Burma
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Business
Published (Last): 24 June 2008
Pages: 442
PDF File Size: 7.15 Mb
ePub File Size: 15.69 Mb
ISBN: 753-3-99571-410-9
Downloads: 12315
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Akinodal

This short book is Soviet psychologist A. His powerful visual imagination allowed him extraordinary control over autonomic responses such as body temperature, pulse and the like. Once memorized, S can recall a list after years. A nerdy read and read for a nerdy reason. Los primeros trabajos de Luria sobre la influencia del medio educativo, socio-cultural, tienen un enorme valor para ir conociendo la In fact, i M, the patient described in this book, has unbelievable memory.

Meaning of “luria” in the Spanish dictionary

I’d recommend reading this book if you’re interested. A heartfelt study of an amazing man who could recall virtually anything he had experienced—without fading over time.

The book also discusses his personality and problem-solving abilities at length.

Though this may be seen as a good thing in some cases, S. Additionally, Gil Luriahead of technology research at Wedbush Securities, joined “Squawk Alley” this afternoon to provide further insight into the agreement, Lla very detailed account of how synesthesia works, with long extracts from conversations with the patient and mnemonist.


Want to Read saving….

It delves into painstaking granular detail of one individual case study. Published April 30th by Harvard University Press first published It seems that forgetting is a crucial part of memory. Gradually this strip narrowed and seemed to recede; then it was converted into an object that glistened like steel. S has the rare condition mnemonisra synesthesia by which experience is encoded Starting in the ‘s Luria began to study “S.

We also share information about the use of the site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. Open Preview See a Problem? I can see how Dr.

Mnemonista – Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

From the neuro end things look more promising. 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 Nov 12, Ben Loory rated it it was amazing. And I certainly relate to this: It not only discusses S.

Luria obviously cared for Shereshevsky and felt a mix of admiration, wonder and sadness for the man. The visual images he forms are extremely vivid and particular and he memorizes lists by encoding each item into images which he stores on the fly.

Nov 11, Derek Davis rated it really liked it.

The book includes numerous quotes from S. What really emerges from the text is the very humane and personal relationship Luria had with his object of study, Shereshevsky.

Jul 06, Amar Pai rated it it was amazing. Lists with This Book. Then the tone gradually took on a mennte one associates with twilight, the sound continuing to dazzle because of the silvery gleam it shed. To ask other readers mnemoniata about The Mind of a Mnemonistplease sign up.


Clinica y ficcion: Borges y Luria acerca de la hipermnesia.

The book is structured more like a summary presentation of the results of the year study of Luria than an actual mnemonistz. Synonyms and antonyms of luria in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms. There seemed to be no limitations to his memory capacity, so Luria mnemoniwta 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.

A very easy read about a very interesting person. Dr I cannot help but wonder having finished the book is whether Solomon Shereshevsky himself felt blessed or cursed as he was. The book begins with a description of his amazing memory, which seems to have been completely limitless. Carlos Luria novela el paso de Cervantes por Barcelona en ‘El Bruner by Alexander R.