The first book to explain the psychology and neuroscience behind looking without seeing and seeing without looking, it describes how:
This 65,000-word book is based on original research conducted by the first author’s laboratory in the Science Park at the University of Sussex, the second author’s practical experience as one of America’s most successful digital magicians, and over 500 peer-reviewed academic papers.
Filled with fascinating examples and practical suggestions, the book provides strategies by which readers can avoid mistakes due to Blindspots and safeguard themselves against their exploitation by others.
David Lewis abandoned medical studies to become a photojournalist. After training at the Regent Street School of Photography, he worked through a leading Fleet Street features agency, covering assignments in Belfast at the height of the Troubles, Berlin, Paris, New York, and the Middle East. His pictures appeared in major magazines such as Life, Paris Match and Stern.
Returning to the academic world, he earned a First-Class Honours degree in the Life Sciences from the University of Westminster and a D.Phil. from the University of Sussex, where he lectured in clinical psychology. He l...
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