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Daniel L. Alkon (Author). The hunt for a memory storage "site" in the brain is the subject of this engrossing scientific memoir. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. His friend Michelle, brutally beaten by her father as a child, succumbed to schizophrenia and then committed suicide.
His friend Michelle, brutally beaten by her father as a child, succumbed to schizophrenia and then committed suicide. reports that he mapped learning networks in snails and built a computer-based artificial network capable of memory storage and pattern recognition. His intriguing thesis is that a traumatic experience, like a familiar sensory pattern, uses the brain to complete and reproduce itself.
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Memory's Voice : Deciphering the Mind-Brain Code. Within our brains, millions of nerve cells communicate with each other, sensing, recognizing, and storing events, images, and emotions. All this activity constitutes our consciousness and our memory. But no one has been able to explain just how memory works-until now.
tells the fascinating story of the quest to trace the very roots of our consciousness. Our passions, addictions, joys, fears - they all have a biological basis. Dr. Alkon escorts us on an amazing voyage through the corridors of the brain to unlock the secrets of the mind - and revolutionize the way we think about the way we think. Alkon has discovered that the very process of learning in. The brain can be observed in simpler life forms.
Deciphering the Brain-Mind Code: By Daniel L. Alkon, . New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1992. Psychoanal . 63:784-787. Psychoanalysis had become a separate discipline, and the problem of the relation of the phenomena it studied to the underlying workings of the nervous system seemed, with passage of time, to be less and less pertinent.
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This book provides extremely detailed information on how our thoughts can change the way our brain functions.
tells a wonderful exciting story of the journey to trace the deep roots of our consciousness. The written text, includes deepest fears, cravings of love, and the happiness individuals celebrate. Alkon, helps to explain how there are many different areas of the brain that could hold evidence that support that the brain works against individuals at times. This book provides extremely detailed information on how our thoughts can change the way our brain functions.