"The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" is a book by renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks, published in 1985. The book consists of a series of clinical case studies that the author encountered in his practice. Each story recounts a person who has experienced an unusual neurological or psychiatric disorder. Sacks explores various aspects of the human brain and consciousness, presenting readers with fascinating stories and attempting to understand how our brains work and what mysteries they hold. The book provides insights into the complexities of the human mind and the unique ways in which the brain can malfunction, leading to extraordinary perceptual and cognitive experiences.
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