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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Nov 02, Derek Davis rated it it was amazing. It’s impossible to talk about ‘s Vienna without talking about Judaism in any event. In Search of Memory: The chemical reactions that take place within the cell and the neurotransmitters that are associated are discussed and in particular the mechanics of short term memory adaptation and implication to behaviour are discussed in detail through the results of experiments done.
Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa. He offers lots of insights for outsiders into the scientific research community, and a lot of history of how we came kanrel know what we know about the human brain and consciousness. All stages of this research are described exquisitely well in the book. What’s the mechanism for self-awareness?
If you’re interested in that, read this book.
Practical neuroscience and biological problems are considered and so is the authors journey that took him to study the right system to consider memory. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Anderson – Science ” Arresting-indeed, unforgettable. Oct 05, Piotr rated it liked it Recommends it for: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind.
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I’ve lea This is one of the most eye-opening books I have ever read. Unfortunately, there’s easily enough material in here for two books, one for the personal aspects and one for the science. This book more-or-less successfully combined an autobiography and a research history into a holistic narrative of the life’s work of the author.
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.
Humorous and human, this is how science should be written. All is engaging and readible and highly recommended, I will give a brief overview of the sections. 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.
The successes of the Jewish mfmoria, political, cultural, and academic—generated envy and a desire for revenge among non-Jews, especially those in the university. Quotes from In Search of Memo Am loving erim so far.
It was more of a study book from which Nusca learned about history, psychology, biology and genetics. If your bent is toward biological science and the erlk of mental processes—especially the intermediate ground that is neither pop science nor kandek overload—I can’t imagine a better book.
The author works chronologically and goes through his early history working with biological and neurological questions. Without some sharing of his own analysis, Kandel deprives the reader of a clear understanding of why he became a reductionist, really — other than that he just really enjoyed research, and research implies reductionism.
Psychoanalysis is not dead for him, he even talks about it getting a bit together with neurology. To ask other readers questions about In Search of Memoryplease sign up. He describes his efforts to reconcile certain moral battles which are still being fought in Europe, and briefly, his approaches to preserving his own culture.
His writing in this book really exemplifies this ability to fit a wide range of topics and experiments into a synthesized idea, and he doesn’t buscs aware from the hard details involved in the lab work that led to crucial findings for various fields.
That sort of foundation requires more than insight, it requires experimentation.
It became more complex and maybe tedious with time, yet it was not impossible to follow the book through. Kandel’s work, for which he won a Nobel prize, shows that the simplest forms of learning do have molecular and cellular correlates in simple animals. I believe I kabdel gotten a bit more out of the book if I had a stronger background in biology something beyond high-school biobut it did leave me very interested in learning more about the rise of the empirical study of “mind”.
I bought this book when it was first published but for some reason got distracted while reading it the first time and put it down.
He was also the founding director of the Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, which is now the Department of Neuroscience at Columbia. 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 buwca can pop back and forth between the text and web based resources e. Initially studying the humanities, Kandel is, like most wise people, broadly educated. Luckily, I am a curious physicist and getting a book about an of science in which I’m clueless, is an attractive adventure.
There are no erii topics on this book yet. Extremely informative and enlightening on all levels. I think of this book as the ultimate supplemental reading or refresher for any bio psych, or cognitive psych course. Nov 17, Robert rated it really liked it.
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