This highly acclaimed book provides a theoretically balanced introduction to the study of basic physiology and sensory responses. The authors survey a broad range of topics and present different theories and perspectives in controversial areas.
Demonstrations allow the reader to experience many of the perceptual phenomena firsthand using common household items or illustrations in the book.
Describes natural instances of perceptual phenomena to bring the subject matter to life.
Dry, especially as psychology texts go, but when one's forced to suffer through it, the later chapters reveal themselves as accurate, extensive surveys of pertinent material, useful for studies physiology. This text is filled to the brink with bold-faced terms, but it's often hard to extract higher-order principles and broad concepts due to haphazard organization.
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