The reminiscence bump is a phenomenon that naturally occurs when elderly people can remember the most about their lives when they were between the ages of 10 and 30 years old. Even for patients with dementia, the years during the reminiscence bump remain intact until their illness has become very advanced and can be easily recalled with some simple triggers like pictures or songs.
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August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Main article: Reminiscence bump. Retrieved Experimentelle Studien zur Individualpsychologie Make It Stick. US: Belknap Press. Categories : Psychology. Hidden categories: CS1 German-language sources de Articles lacking in-text citations from August All articles lacking in-text citations. But in flight the ball took a vicious turn towards the goal and before the Czech keeper, in an advanced position, could scamper back to his line the ball had thudded on the post and returned to play, a narrow escape for the Czech.
How many of the present strikers would take such a bold strike? The Brazilian teams of and were bracketed as the best of the World Cups thitherto. Brazil beat Italy in the final. The Cup semifinal between Italy and West Germany was a classic one, five goals coming in a span of just 17 minutes of extra time. Italy led almost till the end of the match, but German Karl-Heinz Schnellinger found the equaliser in injury time. The World Cup was very special for me, personally. The Brazilian team of that Cup were the front-runners. Brazilians, playing a fluid game, led The Brazilians were in such fantastic form that he was unable even to touch the ball.
In frustration, he kicked Brazilian Batista and was red-carded by the referee. But ebullience did not take the Brazilians much further, as they were shocked out by a not-so-strong Italy. A hat-trick by an little-known Italian Paulo Rossi packed them off This may be one of the greatest losses in the history of World Cup, as the Italians entered the Brazilian half only three times for Rossi to score, while the Brazilians were literally camping in the Italian half.
Italy led at half-time. Then it was Brazil who marauded the Italian citadel and targeted the Italian goal at least two dozen times in 20 minutes. After the score was , it was as if there was an invisible wall preventing the ball from going into the Italian goal. Meanwhile, Rossi had sneaked in to find the winning goal for the would-be champions. I was working at the sports desk of the only English daily published from Cochin then. My extra interest in soccer saw me diligently staying back at the desk almost throughout the World Cup, without leave or weekly days offs.
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