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- Mar 2022
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Although hewas very good at remembering facts, Shereshevsky was almostincapable of getting the gist of something, the concepts behind theparticulars and distinguishing the relevant facts from minor details.
Solomon Shereshevsky faced an extreme version of the sort of information overload many of can relate to, however in his case, because his memory was so good, he found it difficult to get the gist of something because the minor details drowned out the broader ideas.
- May 2021
- Aug 2016
he died at the age of 38
A moving obituary by Alexander Luria, another eminent psychologist responsible for articulating and advocating cultural-historical psychology (a precursor to sociocultural/situative perspectives).