Sight and Sensibility: The Ecopsychology of Perception

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J.P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1999 - Psychology - 302 pages
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"A provocative blend of science, psychology, philosophy, and personal experience, Sight and Sensibility shows how we may be able to restructure our brain's visual neural networks in order to see more of the world. Sewall's urgent message is that as our perception deepens, not only are we blessed with an enhanced visual experience, but if we see the world differently, we will treat it differently."--BOOK JACKET.

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Varieties of Visual Experience
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About the author (1999)

Laura Sewall, P.h.D., is a professor at Prescott College in Arizona, where she teaches ecopyschology and chairs the human development program. She lectures across the country at universities and other venues, including Esalen, the California Institute of Integral Studies, Common Boundary, and the Colorado Institute for a Sustainable Future. She lives in Prescott, Arizona.

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