Odd Perceptions

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Routledge, 1986 - Psychology - 230 pages
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Essays discuss how we perceive colors, shapes, sounds, touches, tastes, and smells, the possibility of ESP, and the accomplishments of Alan Turing

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About the author (1986)

Richard L. Gregory, CBE, FRS, is Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology at the Department of Experimenttal Psychology, Bristol University. He is a world expert in human visual perception, specializing in investigating brain strategies and theories of perception, and in artificial intelligence. He is
also very active in establishing hands-on science centres (as founder and president of the Exploratory in Bristol).

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