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The Mind of a Mnemonist

A Little Book about a Vast Memory, With a New Foreword by Jerome S. Bruner

A. R. Luria

Translated by Lynn Solotaroff

Foreword by Jerome Bruner

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$33.50 • £26.95 • €30.00

ISBN 9780674576223

Publication Date: 04/30/1987


192 pages

5-1/4 x 8 inches

7 line illustrations, 4 tables


  • Foreword to the 1987 Edition [Jerome S. Bruner]
  • Foreword to the First (1967) Edition [Jerome S. Bruner]
  • Preface [1965]
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Beginning of the Research
  • 3. His Memory
    • The Initial Facts
    • Synesthesia
    • Words and Images
    • Difficulties
    • Eidotechnique
    • The Art of Forgetting
  • 4. His World
    • People and Things
    • Words
  • 5. His Mind
    • His Strong Points
    • His Weak Points
  • 6. His Control of Behavior
    • The Objective Data
    • A Few Words about Magic
  • 7. His Personality

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