Opening the Mind's Eye

Opening the Mind's Eye

How Images and Language Teach Us How to See

Book - 2003
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A leading expert in neuroscience explains how the mind sees and reveals how that power affects how readers perceive the world and their place in it.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2003
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312306571
Branch Call Number: 153.32 ROBERTSON
Characteristics: x, 276 p. : ill. ; 22 cm


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SDM2010_library Sep 06, 2011

Opening the mind's eye really was really a much needed slap in the face for an extremely word-oriented person. I realized the hollowness of many of my word-based memories but was elated to find that I can improve my imagery ability. With practice I can use imagery of the mind's eye to not only improve my memory, but also improve my health,and excel at sports or music. Advocates a balance between imagery and word based thought. It is written from a scientific perspective. Recommended for people who like psychology, performance, and philosophy.


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