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Memory and the Human Lifespan (The Great Courses, 1911) by Steve Joordens - 2011 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000002969)

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Memory and the Human Lifespan (The Great Courses, 1911)

by Steve Joordens

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Chantilly, Virginia: Teaching Company, 2011. DVD. Twenty-four 30-minute lectures on four Fine DVDs in a Fine original case along with an As New 127-page paperback Course Guidebook. No shrink-wrap, otherwise As New. Pristine inside and out. Not from a library. From the estate of Amato Giaccia, MD. Suitable for gifting.

Theese 24 lectures take you on a startling voyage into the human mind, explaining not only how the various aspects of your memory operate, but the impact memory has on your daily experience of life.

Contents:
Lecture 1 Memory is a party -- Lecture 2 The ancient "art of memory" -- Lecture 3 Rote memorization and a science of forgetting -- Lecture 4 Sensory memory--brief traces of the past -- Lecture 5 The conveyor belt of working memory -- Lecture 6 Encoding--our gateway into long-term memory -- Lecture 7 Episodic and semantic long-term memory -- Lecture 8 The secret passage--implicit memory -- Lecture 9 From procedural memory to habit -- Lecture 10 When memory systems battle--habits vs. goals -- Lecture 11 Sleep and the consolidation of memories -- Lecture 12 Infant and early childhood memory -- Lecture 13 Animal cognition and memory -- Lecture 14 Mapping memory in the brain -- Lecture 15 Neural network models -- Lecture 16 Learning from brain damage and amnesias -- Lecture 17 The many challenges of Alzheimer's disease -- Lecture 18 That powerful glow of warm familiarity -- Lecture 19 Deja vu and the illusion of memory -- Lecture 20 Recovered memories or false memories? -- Lecture 21 Mind the gaps! memory as reconstruction -- Lecture 22 How we can choose what's important to remember -- 23 Lecture Aging, memory and cognitive transition -- Lecture 24 The monster at the end of the book.

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Seller Inventory #
RWARE0000002969
Title
Memory and the Human Lifespan (The Great Courses, 1911)
Author
Steve Joordens
Format/binding
DVD
Book condition
Used - Fine
Jacket condition
Fine
Quantity available
1
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Unknown
ISBN 10
1598037552
ISBN 13
9781598037555
Publisher
Teaching Company
Place of Publication
Chantilly, Virginia
Date published
2011
Keywords
Great Courses, Teaching Company, audiobook, audio book, memory, physiology, biology, medical, medicine, neurology
Bookseller catalogs
Science & Technology; The Great Courses / The Teaching Company;
Size
8vo

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