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VISUAL INTELLIGENCE, How We Create What We See,

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VISUAL INTELLIGENCE, How We Create What We See,

by Donald D Hoffman

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W W Norton & Co, New York - first edition 1998 hardcover, 9½" x 6½", with dust jacket Small white-out to endpaper (previous owner's name?). VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket We have long known about IQ, and we are beginning to appreciate emotional intelligence, yet there is another fundamental dimension of intelligence that shapes our experience, engages roughly half the brain's cortex, and largely goes unnoticed: our visual intelligence. In an informal style replete with illustrations. Cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman presents the compelling scientific evidence for vision's constructive powers, and in doing so he unveils a grammar of vision - a set of rules that govern our perception of line, color, depth, and motion. An exploration of the creative genius of the mind's eye!

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Title
VISUAL INTELLIGENCE, How We Create What We See,
Author
Donald D Hoffman
Format/binding
Hardcover, 9½" x 6½", with dust jacket
Book condition
Used - Small white-out to endpaper (previous owner's name?). VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
W W Norton & Co, New York - first edition
Date published
1998
Pages
294 pages
Keywords
Vision Visual Perception Human information processing neuropsychology Donald D Hoffman Visual Intelligence

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