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Why Life Speeds Up As You Get Older: How Memory Shapes our Past by Douwe Draaisma [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Sept. 5, 2014
Why Life Speeds Up As You Get Older: How Memory Shapes our Past by Douwe Draaisma [Repost]

Why Life Speeds Up As You Get Older: How Memory Shapes our Past by Douwe Draaisma
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition | November 29, 2004 | English | ISBN: 0521834244 | 288 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Is it true, as the novelist Cees Nooteboom once wrote, that memory is like a dog that lies down where it pleases? Where do the long, lazy summers of our childhood go? Why, as we grow older, does time seem to condense, speed up and elude us, while in old age, significant events from our distant past can seem as vivid and real as what happened yesterday? Douwe Draaisma, author of the internationally acclaimed Metaphors of Memory (Cambridge, 2001), explores the nature of autobiographical memory.

Douwe Draaisma - Geist auf Abwegen. Alzheimer, Parkinson und Co.  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at April 24, 2014
Douwe Draaisma - Geist auf Abwegen. Alzheimer, Parkinson und Co.

Douwe Draaisma - Geist auf Abwegen. Alzheimer, Parkinson und Co.
Deutsch | Basalganglienerkrankungen & Parkinson | Februar 2008 | ISBN-10: 3821858125 | 368 Seiten | epub, mobi, rtf, lit, lrf | 8.1 Mb

»Ein Muss für jeden, der sich für das menschliche Gehirn interessiert.« -De Telegraf Psychiater und Neurologen ehren ihre Fachgenossen oft, indem sie deren Entdeckungen nach ihnen benennen. Alois Alzheimer, James Parkinson, Sergei Korsakov, Georges Gilles de la Tourette, Hans Asperger - Menschen aus Fleisch und Blut sind so zu Bezeichnungen geworden, die auf eine Krankheit verweisen, ein Syndrom, ein Leiden. Zuerst verschwanden die Vornamen der Forscher und bald danach auch die Erinnerung an ihr Leben und die Umstände ihrer Entdeckungen. Mit feinem Blick und einem Gespür für unvergessliche Geschichten rekonstruiert Douwe Draaisma die Leben von zwölf ?Namen? aus der Wissenschaft von Gehirn und Geist. Was genau haben sie entdeckt' Wer waren ihre Patienten' Ärzte wie Parkinson, Alzheimer, Korsakov und Asperger, aber auch weniger bekannte Psychiater wie Capgras und Clérambault hatten ein Talent, das an Oliver Sacks erinnert: In ihren Krankenberichten werden die Patienten und die Geschichte der Entdeckung ihrer Krankheit greifbar, plastisch und spannend. Geist auf Abwegen vermittelt ein interessantes, überraschendes und gleichzeitig anrührendes Bild der jüngeren Geschichte der Gehirnforschung. Alzheimer, Parkinson, Korsakov, Tourette u. a. - zwölf packende Porträts von Namensgebern der Gehirnforschung und ihren Fällen. Ein Buch voller Anekdoten, Überraschungen, Tragödien und genialer Funde.

Douwe Dabbert T13 - Not Yesterday's Witches (1986)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 21, 2013
Douwe Dabbert T13 - Not Yesterday's Witches (1986)

Douwe Dabbert T13 - Not Yesterday's Witches (1986)
English | CBR | 55 pages | 44.39 MB

Douwe Dabbert T14 - On The Trail Of Evil Things (1988)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 21, 2013
Douwe Dabbert T14 - On The Trail Of Evil Things (1988)

Douwe Dabbert T14 - On The Trail Of Evil Things (1988)
English | CBR | 49 pages | 38.15 MB

Douwe Dabbert T22 - Back To The Secret Animal Kingdom (1998)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 21, 2013
Douwe Dabbert T22 - Back To The Secret Animal Kingdom (1998)

Douwe Dabbert T22 - Back To The Secret Animal Kingdom (1998)
English | CBR | 53 pages | 42.95 MB

Douwe Dabbert 06 - The Shaft To The North (Dragonz)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 11, 2013
Douwe Dabbert 06 - The Shaft To The North (Dragonz)

Douwe Dabbert 06 - The Shaft To The North (Dragonz)
English | CBR | 53 pages | 45.85 MB

Douwe Dabbert is a remarkable guy. Nobody knows where he came from or where his lonely path leads him. With his magic knapsack on his back, he wanders around the world and experiences the strangest adventures.

Douwe Dabbert T01-T05  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 11, 2011
Douwe Dabbert T01-T05

Douwe Dabbert T01-T05
5 CBR's | Release Dates 1977-1978 | 246.72 MB Total

Douwe Dabbert is a Dutch comics series by artist Piet Wijn and artist Thom Roep about a small gnome-like creature that is the title character and who goes through all sorts of strange adventures where he often meets supernatural beings. He carries a magical knapsack from which he, and only he, can always conjure items that suit the situation. In total, twenty-three comic books appeared starring Douwe Dabbert. From 1975 to 2001, these stories were published as an ongoing series in the Dutch version of the weekly magazine Donald Duck. Apart from the album stories, some shorter stories that never made it to a full album were printed in Donald Duck. Most of these stories were no longer than a few pages. The first five books are featured here, all scanlations (scan + translation) by the Dragonz Team.

Douwe Dabbert Vol.2-5  Comics

Posted by Coda at June 26, 2011
Douwe Dabbert Vol.2-5

Douwe Dabbert Vol.2-5
CBR/RAR | English | 4 Issues | 201 MB Total

Douwe Dabbert is a small gnome-like creature. He goes through all sorts of strange adventures where he meets (often) supernatural beings. He carries a magical knapsack from which he, and only he, can always conjure items that suit the situation.
Bermudillo (Douwe Dabbert), el genio del hatillo Vol.20: El Kimono Negro

Bermudillo (Douwe Dabbert), el genio del hatillo Vol.20: El Kimono Negro
rev. Donald Duck, 1995 | Spanish | CBR | 52 pages | 107 MB

Jan Douwe Van Der Ploeg - Peasants and the Art of Farming: A Chayanovian Manifesto  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by checkraiser at Feb. 19, 2014
Jan Douwe Van Der Ploeg - Peasants and the Art of Farming: A Chayanovian Manifesto

Jan Douwe Van Der Ploeg - Peasants and the Art of Farming: A Chayanovian Manifesto
Fernwood Books Ltd (March 15, 2013) | ISBN: 1552665658 | English | Pages: 157| PDF | 6.43MB

Many impressive studies on the changing nature of the global food system have been published, and nearly all address changes at the macro level. The far less visible changes occurring at the micro level have received relatively little attention, especially in the realm of critical rural studies. This book is a reflection of the far reaching and complex transformations of food systems that have occurred as a result of liberalization and globalization.