Sensation and Perception

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Richard Langton Gregory, Andrew M. Colman
Longman, 1995 - Psychology - 135 pages
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This is an examination of perception. There is an intelligence to perception: it involves complex problem solving and does not always produce the right answer.

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About the author (1995)

Richard Gregory is Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol. He is the author of Eye and Brain and Mirrors in Mind, and the editor of The Oxford Companion to the Mind. He was founder and president of the first hands-on science center in Britain and "godfather" of the Mind
Zone at the Millennium Dome. He lives in the U.K.

Professor Andrew Colman is Professor of Psychology at the University of Leicester and is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He graduated from the University of Cape Town, where he was appointed to his first lecturing position, and then lectured at Rhodes University before moving to
Leicester. His previous publications include more than 150 journal articles and several books. He edited the 12-volume Longman Essential Psychology series (1995) and is the founder and former editor of the journal Current Psychology (1981- ).

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