Oliver Sacks: What hallucination reveals about our minds
Neurologist and storyteller Oliver Sacks explains Charles Bonnet syndrome, in which visually impaired people have visual hallucinations, fully lucid. He offers a neuropsychological explanation, however, Vaughan Bell at Mind Hacks debunked the theory (while offering a theory for Sacks’ theory). A charismatic and engaging speaker with an interesting talk.
|Producer: TED Talks||Featuring: Oliver Sacks|
|Format: Flash, mp4||Date: **/02/09|
Tags:brain, hallucination, neurology, neuropsychology, rockstars, video, vision|
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