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Diving for Seahorses. A Book About Memory

Diving for Seahorses. A Book About Memory

Hilde Estbue, Ulva Estbue

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Can we trust our memories? How does memory change with age? Is it possible to live without it? These are just a few of the questions that author Hilde Østby and neuropsychologist Ulve Østby explore in this book. 

Delving into the depths of the human brain, the authors talk to people from all walks of life: an opera singer, a blogger, a former detective, a taxi driver, a survivor of the terrorist attack, divers, architects, brain researchers, and many more. The book also features people who have lost their memory or have difficulty forming new memories. Their stories, along with the Østby sisters' personal experiences and the experiments they conduct, give readers a unique perspective on how memory works.
Why do we need to remember? How do we cope with traumatic experiences? Why don't we remember everything? The authors ask these and other questions as they seek to unravel the mysteries of human memory.

«Diving for Seahorses. A Book About Memory» is not just a popular science book; it is a fascinating journey that will make you think about the nature of memory and its role in our lives.

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Category: Psychology & Self-development, Science & Natural history
Language: Ukrainian
Publisher: Pabulum
Paper type: Mat
Cover type: Integral
Age: 16+
Print length: 264
ISBN: 978-966-97971-3-1
Dimension: 145.0 x 210.0 mm