Book Reviews, non-fiction, psychology

First-Impressions: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks

Hello everyone! I haven’t done a post like this in sooo long and was slightly hesitant in doing so because I realise that this is a non-fiction neuroscience/psychology book and isn’t everyone’s cup of tea (and chances are you are going to find this pretty uninteresting), but this is something I’m currently reading for UCAS (UK university applications) preparation since I want to pursue a degree in psychology and I figured since this blog is surrounding my own personal interests, it’s relevant 🙂

This is also a pretty well-known book in general and even if you aren’t interested in psychology it is also related to medicine and just how we function as human beings, with a focus on the brain – so I think a lot of you would still find it a really insightful glimpse into the maze of the human brain (and yes, a man really does mistake his wife for a hat).

Also just a disclaimer I am no expert in this subject whatsoever, simply a student of psychology sharing her thoughts – so feel free to correct me on anything!

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