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Articles by Michael Salcman:

Disorientation and the Brain: A Response to Nomadic Memory

The topography of the world is mapped onto the brain in overlapping sense-specific fields of information. Some senses, particularly sight and touch, are represented by several maps, each with a slightly different emphasis and a slightly different location within the brain. In the case of vision, for example, there are at least five major map-systems, some devoted to object shape, others to color or object movement, still others to facial features and the imperatives of memory (7).

This post is in: Artists Collaborate with Neurologists,Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #2 (2000-02)

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