Essay about ‘Bereitschaftspotential’
by Rhea H.Boyden
Exactly half a century ago, in the spring of 1964, Hans Helmut Kornhuber, the chief physician at the department of neurology at Freiburg University, and Lüder Deecke, his doctoral student went for lunch in the beautiful and serene garden of the ‘Gasthaus zum Schwanen’ at the foot of the Schlossberg hill in Freiburg. Their discussion over lunch was about their frustration at…
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Review of ‘Travels in Zanskar’
by Rhea H. Boyden ‘Can I recommend a great book?’ I said excitedly to one of my colleagues at the language school last week.
Review of ‘Somnambulist’
by Rhea Boyden ‘Dreams are the touchstones of our characters’ -Henry David Thoreau ‘Mayday, Mayday!’ We hear this distress call repeatedly in the track ‘Projection’ but do we get the help we are looking for?
Review of Katya Kabanowa
by Rhea H. Boyden A couple of weeks ago I went to the Schiller Theater to see a Staatsoper production of Czech composer Leo Janacek’s opera Katja Kabanowa.