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Speak, Memory by Oliver Sacks

21/02/2013


Finally, how memories are felt, perceived, and integrated into webs of social relations is more important than their source. As psychology and the neurosciences themselves demonstrate, memory “is dialogic and arises not only from direct experience but from the intercourse of many minds” (Sacks 2013).


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Oliver Sacks was a neurologist and author. Travel to January 01, 1985, to find more about him.

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All events in the topic Chap. 4: Brains on Screen:


01/01/1931 (Aprox)FrankensteinFrankenstein
05/12/1931The New York Times' review of FrankensteinThe New York Times' review of Frankenstein
01/01/1935 (Aprox)Bride of FrankensteinBride of Frankenstein
01/01/1942 (Aprox)Ghost of FrankensteinGhost of Frankenstein
01/01/1974 (Aprox)Young FrankensteinYoung Frankenstein
01/01/1969 (Aprox)Frankenstein Must Be DestroyedFrankenstein Must Be Destroyed
01/01/1970 (Aprox)01/01/2019 (Aprox)From brain transplantation to managing neural information
01/01/1990 (Aprox)Heart ConditionHeart Condition
01/01/1999 (Aprox)HeartHeart
01/01/1969 (Aprox)La Horripilante Bestia HumanaLa Horripilante Bestia Humana
01/01/1924 (Aprox)01/01/1960 (Aprox)Movie adaptations of Orlac's HandsMovie adaptations of Orlac's Hands
01/01/1962 (Aprox)01/01/1964 (Aprox)The Addams FamilyThe Addams Family
01/01/1946 (Aprox)The Beast with Five FingersThe Beast with Five Fingers
01/01/1965 (Aprox)Dr. Terror’s House of HorrorsDr. Terror’s House of Horrors
01/01/1981 (Aprox)The HandThe Hand
01/01/1991 (Aprox)Body PartsBody Parts
01/01/1959 (Aprox)The Brain That Wouldn't DieThe Brain That Wouldn't Die
01/01/1984 (Aprox)Professor Dowell's TestamentProfessor Dowell's Testament
01/01/1996 (Aprox)Cold LazarusCold Lazarus
01/01/1940 (Aprox)01/01/1970 (Aprox)Ectobrains in B-moviesEctobrains in B-movies
01/01/1936 (Aprox)The Man Who Changed His MindThe Man Who Changed His Mind
01/01/1969 (Aprox)Change of MindChange of Mind
01/01/1971 (Aprox)L'homme au cerveau grefféL'homme au cerveau greffé
01/01/1980 (Aprox)Memory moviesMemory movies
01/01/1962 (Aprox)The Manchurian CandidateThe Manchurian Candidate
01/01/1990 (Aprox)Total RecallTotal Recall
01/01/2006 (Aprox)Magdalena's BrainMagdalena's Brain
01/01/1998 (Aprox)Dark CityDark City
01/01/1982 (Aprox)Blade RunnerBlade Runner
01/01/1995 (Aprox)Johnny MnemonicJohnny Mnemonic
01/01/1995 (Aprox)Strange DaysStrange Days
01/01/1932Remembering, by Frederic BartlettRemembering, by Frederic Bartlett
01/01/2004 (Aprox)Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
01/01/2003 (Aprox)PaycheckPaycheck
01/01/1977 (Aprox)Flashbulb Memories, by Brown and KulikFlashbulb Memories, by Brown and Kulik
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