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McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Psychology - 572 pages
This is a thorough revision of Sekuler and Blake's successful text on Sensation and Perception. The third edition focuses on the most recent developments in perceptual research, blending anatomy, physiology, and psychophysics to explain structure and function. New features include a revised and expanded methods section, increased coverage of speech perception, an expanded and refined touch chapter, more emphasis on cognitive issues, and greatly improved pedagogy such as chapter summaries, boxed demonstrations and computational examples.

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