The Invention of Memory: A New View of the Brain

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Basic Books, 1988 - Psychology - 229 pages
Discusses the arguments against the localization of memory, looks at machine recognition, and surveys a new theory of memory and perception

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Physician Rosenfield's intention is to challenge localization theory, which hypothesizes that memories are permanently stored in specific areas of the brain. Rosenfield presents evidence that memories ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Against Localization
12
Specific Memory Centers
21
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About the author (1988)

Israel Rosenfield, author of a number of nonfiction books, writes frequently for the "New York Review of Books" & teaches history at City University of New York.

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