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Biology of freedom : neural plasticity, experience, and the unconscious

Author: François Ansermet; Pierre Julius Magistretti
Publisher: New York : Other Press, ©2007.
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This book describes the plasticity of the brain{u2019}s neural network from the perspective of both neuroscience and psychiatry. That plasticity allows for successive processing and reprocessing of experiences leading to the construction of an inner, unconscious reality unique to each person. The book explains perception and memory, transitions in perception, experiences leading to "trace," synaptic trace and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ansermet, François.
Biology of freedom.
New York : Other Press, ©2007
(OCoLC)623263463
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: François Ansermet; Pierre Julius Magistretti
ISBN: 9781590512227 1590512227
OCLC Number: 123539558
Language Note: Translated from French.
Notes: Translated from French.
Description: xviii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The polar bear and the whale : what plasticity entails --
Diego and Haydn : perception and memories --
Inhibition on the shore of Lake Trasimene : what becomes of perception --
Aplysia, rat, man : from experience to the trace --
Forgetting the name Signorelli : synaptic trace and psychic trace --
Claire and the Pope : perceptions and emotions --
Milk and the sound of the door : psychic mental traces and somatic states --
Man and wolf : fantasy, object, and action --
An unexpected phone call : how drives originate and what becomes of them --
Incest and the refrigerator : pleasure and unpleasure --
Freud and James : let's be synthetic --
Redibis non morieris : the plasticity of becoming and the becoming of plasticity --
The couple at a red light : the influences of internal reality --
The hour of the traces : the unconscious, memory, and repression --
The Ferrari and the trailer : beyond the fantasy scenario.
Other Titles: À chacun son cerveau.
Responsibility: François Ansermet, Pierre Magistretti ; translated by Susan Fairfield.
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This book describes the plasticity of the brain{u2019}s neural network from the perspective of both neuroscience and psychiatry. That plasticity allows for successive processing and reprocessing of experiences leading to the construction of an inner, unconscious reality unique to each person. The book explains perception and memory, transitions in perception, experiences leading to "trace," synaptic trace and psychic trace, the role of emotions and the somatic states, fantasy and object and their relationship with action, pleasure, the synthetic, the influences of internal reality, the unconscious and its impact on memory and repression, and seeking perceptions and understanding beyond a fantasy scenario.

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