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The Man with a Shattered World by Alexander R. Luria
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May 20, 12

bookshelves: science-of-quanta-with-some-choice
Recommended for: smart people
Read on January 01, 1995 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Given the date Professor Luria did his work, this is an outstanding account of neuroscience and how it has developed. One segment of the book I recall is how the still functional parts of Zasetsky's brain continues to retain the building blocks representing the more complex concept of the word bicycle.
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