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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I could have lived without some parts of the personal account, though. It’s impossible to talk about ‘s Vienna without talking about Judaism in any event. May 21, Konstantin Okonechnikov rated it it was amazing.
And if you love to learn a subject both in the abstract, and from within a personal and historical context like methan I think you’ll love this book.
In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind
The best part is how he intertwined his life story into his studies of the brain. En busca de la memoria: Nonetheless, he decided to go for Neuroscience.
The author settled on the sea slug Aplysia. Kandel’s own early history, leaving Vienna just meemoria of complete Nazi takeover, is compelling. This was for me one of those magical books – the erikk I wish I had not yet read, so I could read it again for first time.
If there were a Nobel for human decency in science, Kandel would deserve it. I would have liked to have learned more about Kandel’s own experience with psychoanalysis.
He attempts to share all credit at every level for what he’s accomplished and appears not to have a jealous or condescending molecule to his makeup. 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. However, it also holds that as long as Jewish identity is acquired through upbringing in a Jewish home, these characteristics can be undone by education or religious conversion, in which case the Jew overcomes the Jew in himself or herself.
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I found Kandel to come off as being a little condescending in places, especially when he was writing about the scientific discovery process. Ofyenly, the last was hard to get, not because the concepts were difficult, just because the rhythm in the book changes.
Other than that, boring stuff. Learn how that happens, multiply by tens of billions, and you have a working human brain. On kanddl other hand, it probably is best that he didn’t air his inner dynamics — and he has plenty eh say without all that. The Germans as a whole did not share the vicious anti-Semitism of the Austrians.
In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind by Eric R. Kandel
Dec 20, Mag rated it it was amazing Shelves: Unfortunately, there’s easily enough material in here for two books, one for the personal aspects and one for the science. If your bent is toward biological science and the unraveling of mental processes—especially the intermediate ground that is neither pop science nor numerical overload—I can’t imagine a better book.
But, as I learned from Ernst Kris, neither trained introspection nor creative insights would lead to the systematic accretion of knowledge needed for the foundation of a science of mind. There are no discussion memooria on this book yet. Thus I was surprised to read that he once cautioned a colleague [rival?
This guy is one of the greats. To ask other readers questions about In Search of Memory mempria, please sign up. In his career he experienced the explosion of science that came form DNA sequencing and remained on the forefront of neurobiology by applying these advances in the laboratory to find key genetic mechanisms at play in memory systems.
He covers very comprehensively all the historical milestones and major contributors to neurobiology. For a nonscientist this book can be demanding but also astonishing.
Feb 20, Lewis Weinstein rated it really liked it Shelves: Kandel has created a narrative that fuses his own scientific development and interests with the broader historical and landmark developments in neuroscience. Included are brilliant vignettes on the history of neuroscience. I got used to it, but it maybe a little bit disturbing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Regardless, he moves on and combines through a series of fortunate experiences he has at the NIMH and others with a love for psychiatry and Freudian thinking.
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Practical neuroscience and biological problems are considered and so is the authors journey that took him buzca study the right system to consider memory. Select All Clear All Save to: How is one to understand the sudden, vicious brutality of so many people? Nobel Prize winner Eric R. Noting well that this is a book review and not a reportand we take a voyage to Kristallnacht with Dr.
Inside this book we explore this and Freud as usual has a part in deciphering.