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The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat


By Oliver Sacks

Other Title: The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat: And Other Clinical Tales

Synopsis: In his most extraordinary book, “one of the great clinical writers of the twentieth century” (The New York Times) recounts the case histories of patients lost in the bizarre, apparently inescapable world of neurological disorders. 206 more words

Psychology

The Piece of Information

The human brain is capable of more than one can ever imagine. && that’s because we use less than 20% of our brain.
But understand that the more one exercises the brain, the stronger it gets. 153 more words

Personal

Probiotics Help Stomach Health

In the digestive system, there are over five hundred different bacterial species.  In a healthy stomach, approximately eighty five percent of these bacteria are beneficial; fifteen percent are pathogens, or bad bacteria.   360 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

2007 Human Rights Violations Tree of Life, Inc.

2007 First Human Rights Complaint

Above is the PDF File on this filing after the owner of Tree of Life told me to step down as guardian, first for asking that his neuropsychologist not work with my brother after finding him hiring a prostitute online sending both the link and what was said about this woman, and then the owner/medical director telling me the very same when he refused to listen to me about nutrition and my brother in a downward spiral losing weight. 224 more words

Depression and Fractured Reality

Let me start out with a disgustingly obvious truism: reality is much, much more complicated than it seems.

I have discussed at length the nature of the human condition and how that corresponds to reality, but, as I continue my journey, much more is forthcoming. 2,031 more words

Philly to New York

(Originally Posted: August 16, 2013)

I cannot believe the last time I wrote an entry was in March! Wow.

Well, a lot has been happening since then and I am excited to share! 1,408 more words

Clinical Psychology

Free Associating. Smorgasbord. Whatever, it is...This Post Has a Little Bit of Everything!

(Originally Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013)

For those of you that know me personally can attest to the fact that I can be pretty random. This post is evidence of this personality characteristic. 1,021 more words

Clinical Psychology