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Analysing Witness Testimony: Psychological, Investigative, and Evidential Perspectives, A Guide for Legal Practitioners and Other Professionals
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edited by David Wolchover, fl. 1999 and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, fl. 1999; with Eric Shepherd, fl. 1983 (London, England: Blackstone Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 382 page(s)
edited by David Wolchover, fl. 1999 and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, fl. 1999; with Eric Shepherd, fl. 1983 (London, England: Blackstone Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 382 page(s)
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Brainwave DREAMS, Discussion with Siri Hustvedt and Jaak Panksepp
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written by Siri Hustvedt, 1955-; with Jaak Panksepp, 1943-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave DREAMS (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 54 mins
Writer Siri Hustvedt is a migraine sufferer and will often experience aphasic dreams. As she enters the slumbering state she will have hallucinations. As she says, these "are anomalies, no doubt, tics of the nervous system that affect some, not all, but they could well help explain more general human qualities—w...
written by Siri Hustvedt, 1955-; with Jaak Panksepp, 1943-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave DREAMS (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 54 mins
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Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 7, The Screenwriter - Dustin Lance Black and Tom Carew
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with Thomas J. Carew, 1944-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Thomas J. Carew, 1944-, in Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 7 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 56 mins
Dustin Lance Black won an Academy Award for his screenplay for Milk, about the assassinated gay activist Harvey Milk. Neurobiologist Thomas J. Carew studies how the brain captures, stores and retrieves memory. Together they explore how a screenwriter can both relive and remake history through the medium of film.
with Thomas J. Carew, 1944-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Thomas J. Carew, 1944-, in Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 7 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 56 mins
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Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 16, The Chef - Wylie Dufresne and Rachel Herz
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with Rachel Herz, fl. 1990; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Rachel Herz, fl. 1990, in Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 16 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 52 mins
One of New York’s few exponents of molecular gastronomy Wylie Dufresne puts his culinary creations under the microscope with the aid of olfaction expert Rachel Herz.
with Rachel Herz, fl. 1990; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Rachel Herz, fl. 1990, in Brainwave: Illusion, Season 6, Episode 16 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 52 mins
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The Distracted Mind
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directed by Eli Brown, fl. 2004-2013; produced by Lennlee Keep, fl. 2002-2013, Santa Fe Productions (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 57 mins
The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley explores the impact that multi-tasking has on our safety, our memory, our education, our careers and our personal lives.
directed by Eli Brown, fl. 2004-2013; produced by Lennlee Keep, fl. 2002-2013, Santa Fe Productions (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 57 mins
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Horizon, Series 44, Episode 9, How Does Your Memory Work?
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directed by Annabel Gillings, fl. 2001; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Discovery Channel, in Horizon, Series 44, Episode 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 49 mins

Barney sits in a chair and recalls the day he was hit by a car. His back was broken and his wife was killed. Although he can now walk, the pain of the memory is not so easily healed. But what is memory?

This film takes a remarkable journey through our minds - from how memories form to why they unravel in old age....

directed by Annabel Gillings, fl. 2001; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Discovery Channel, in Horizon, Series 44, Episode 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 49 mins
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The Memorist (The Memory Palace): Discussion with Nelson Dellis, Lila Davachi and Todd Gureckis
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with Lila Davachi, 1970- and Todd Gureckis, fl. 2008; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 40 mins
The Museum as Memory Palace: Memory is another form of illusion but also a tool to navigate the construct of time. Test your ability to retain and recall information you learned in one hour with US Memory Champion Nelson Dellis. You will need an imagination and a keen sense of adventure, but you have to leave penc...
with Lila Davachi, 1970- and Todd Gureckis, fl. 2008; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2013), 40 mins
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers; with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Box 47 , 12 page(s)
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Your Deceptive Mind: A Scientific Guide to Critical Thinking Skills, Lecture 4, Flaws and Fabrications of Memory
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directed by Jonathan Leven, fl. 2006-2012; produced by Tony Hidenrick, fl. 2012-2014, Teaching Company, in Your Deceptive Mind: A Scientific Guide to Critical Thinking Skills, Lecture 4 (Chantilly, VA: Great Courses, 2012), 33 mins
Memory is tricky, to say the least. Here, unpack the vital role that memories -- even inaccurate memories -- play in critical thinking. Some of the many topics you'll explore: how memory recall works; the roots of source amnesia; the inverse relationship between confidence and accuracy in a memory; and how memorie...
directed by Jonathan Leven, fl. 2006-2012; produced by Tony Hidenrick, fl. 2012-2014, Teaching Company, in Your Deceptive Mind: A Scientific Guide to Critical Thinking Skills, Lecture 4 (Chantilly, VA: Great Courses, 2012), 33 mins
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Brainwave Memory, Season 4, Episode 19, Using and Losing Language - Diane Ackerman and Todd Sacktor
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with Todd Sacktor, fl. 1982; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Todd Sacktor, fl. 1982, in Brainwave Memory, Season 4, Episode 19 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 49 mins
Writer Diane Ackerman's literary husband Paul West 'had a draper's touch for the unfolding fabric of a sentence, and he collected words like rare buttons.' In 2003, West suffered a stroke that left him with global aphasia: an inability to produce words or to understand words spoken to him. Her book One Hundred Nam...
with Todd Sacktor, fl. 1982; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Todd Sacktor, fl. 1982, in Brainwave Memory, Season 4, Episode 19 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 49 mins
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