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Title: Why Life Speeds Up As You Get Older: How Memory Shapes our Past
Description: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, (2004). orig.boards. 24x15cm, ix,277 pp, Translated by Arnold and Erica Pomerans.. Minor rubbing. VG. ¶ Contents : ’Memory is like a dog that lies down where it pleases’ -- Flashes in the dark: first memories -- Smell and memory -- Yesterday’s record -- The inner flashbulb -- ’Why do we remember forwards and not backwards?’ -- The absolute memories of Funes and Sherashevsky -- The advantages of a defect: the savant syndrome -- The memory of a grandmaster:a conversation with Ton Sijbrands --Trauma and memory: the Demjanjuk case - - Richard and Anna Wagner: forty-five years of married life -- ’In oval mirrors we drive around’: on experiencing a sense of de;ja` vu -- Reminiscences -- Why life speeds up as you get older -- Forgetting -- ’I saw my life flash before my eyes like a film’ -- From memory - Portrait with Sill Life.

Keywords: Autobiographical Memory, Psychology, , , , , , , ,

Price: US$ 55.00 Seller: Expatriate Bookshop of Denmark
- Book number: BOOKS016777I


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