Odd Perceptions

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Routledge, 1986 - Psychology - 230 pages
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Richard Gregory is one of the best known scientific personalities of modern time. Here he not only presents essays on the subject of perception but shows how much we can learn, for example, from our surroundings and our language.

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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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