In April 1929, as reported in this week’s issue of The New York Times, a journalist from a Moscow newspaper turned up in the office of Dr. Alexander Luria, a neuropsychologist, complaining of an unusual problem, which was simply that he never forgot anything. When Dr. Luria tested the man, he found that he was able Continue reading →
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