Memory and the Human Lifespan

Memory and the Human Lifespan

Audiobook CD - 2011
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In Memory and the Human Lifespan, Professor Steve Joordens of the University of Toronto Scarborough, who has been repeatedly honored as both teacher and researcher, leads 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.
Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., [2011]
ISBN: 9781598037555
Branch Call Number: COMP DISC 153.14 GREAT
Characteristics: digital,1.4 m/s,stereo
12 sound discs (6 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (127 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
Additional Contributors: Teaching Company
Notes: Accompanying course guidebook includes bibliographical references


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Nov 19, 2016

Superb and detailed description of all aspects of human and animal memory known to date through research. Very well presented by the author, a leading researcher and lecturer in the brain and memory, and readily understood with some simple physiological understanding of brain anatomy required. Many studies described in detail. Demonstrates how our memory not only functions on multiple levels but how it can fail us, yet our brains trick us into thinking we remember not only what we don't, can't and or even things that have never happened! Required reading for those interested in understanding human limitations, not the least of which being why eye-witness testimony is so very often wrong and should never be relied upon in court!


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Nov 19, 2016

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