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Mirror experiment; very strange result, she tried to grap the object from behind the mirror. Ramachandran as quite interesting from a theoretical standpoint – he likes to dive into philosophy and conjecture more than other scientists.
No sufficient medical explaination. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I had forgotten that I had read this book a while ago. This was more implied than explicit, but still intrigued me. This is known as Somatoparaphrenia. This productive even when the speculations are wrong.
You the normal person can imagine the pain without feeling it, because we have skin in our limbs which gives signals to our brain telling it what is reality and what is imagination. To test Arthur for gaze detection. The old pathway is blind sight vision for action pathway or the how pathway. They compete when limb amputation happens it disturbs the equilibrium in favor of the genetic body image.
Author speculates that those who think they are dead and rotting might have complete detachment of the Amygdala. It is basically a repetition of almost all of Sacks’ interesting stories with additional dry, very technical science Everyone compares this book and author to Oliver Sacks and his works, but it really does not compare.
Experiment to show that the denial is present even with other body parts such as the other functioning hand right hand.
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This started after a stroke. If you are a non-scientist interested in learning about neurology, I recommend this book. I mean no disrespect towards the author, and it’s mainly my skepticism and my need for evidence when I say that many conclusions Ramachandran draws seem a bit too baseless, a bit too fantastic.
Newsweek magazine named him a member of “The Century Club”, one of the “hundred most prominent people to watch” in the 21st century.
The hallucinations are up down from memory rather than bottom top from perception. These involve logically impossible things.
Patient who is fighting with her left hand which she can’t control. I was particularly delighted about a section where he explains the difference between “experience” and “scientific explanations”. A lady with same laughing fit to death.
When the right is damaged, the left wins by default. I adore balance in any argument and I get that in plenty from Vilayanur.
hsyaletler The imbearable likeness of being Arthur, hayalftler a head injury, thinks his parents are imposters. Large blind spot in vision, with cartoons appearing. I feel as though VS has some very entertaining albeit speculative ideas, but perhaps has too large a scope to integrate all of his interesting ideas seamlessly.
Is the box a cure or merely a placebo? Discoveries are just under our noses waiting for us to discover them. After getting out of denial, patients become amnesiac about their denial and claim they had always told the truth.
Right hemisphere has a large global search light, while the left has a small searh light because it’s so busy with other things.
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So I guess that means I’d say the book is interesting, good for scientific theory on how the mind works, and a worthwhile read. A mere shell that you have temporarily created to pass off your genes to your offspring. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Wallace’s wondering about why our brains seem to posses capabilities which we do not need for survival geyindeki as math, music etcthis hayqletler used to argue for a role for God in making human nature [will he reply to this nonsense? Ramachandran wrote the book for laymen.
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In fact, he uses this example to explain how people experience God. Others claimed the paralyzed hand wasn’t theirs their brother hand. There are degrees of denial between patients, some global and some more limited. The zombie in the brain Dyan, a patient with a special case.
I don’t see hayalettler as going anywhere so much as just a way of going.
Pr My notes while reading the book: She was practically blind, but had unconscious vision. Brain large size as a side effect of evolving for other purposes. By sharing some of his patients’ experiences, Ramachandran allows the reader to uncover the fascinating world or neurology.
Neuroscience is indeed exciting and Vilayanur writes well. Problems with both explainations. Cases of neglect patients and how they are managed. GSR device to measure skin changes for fear. Rama God must beyineki a map maker so many maps in brain – 30 for vision alone. He understands what numbers are and what is an infinity.