Douwe Draaisma and the Mysteries of Autobiographical Memory
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Douwe Draaisma and the Mysteries of Autobiographical Memory

(Tomas Vanheste) The Low Countries - 2012, № 20, pp. 295-296

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Why does time seem to speed as we get older? Can you think without images? How do the memories of mathematical prodigies function? The Groningen professor in the history of psychology Draaisma sinks his teeth in precisely these questions. Scientific views are always embedded in a time, a culture and a mentality, according to Draaisma. He rebels against the present imperialism of neurology.

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