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With balanced coverage of all the senses, this volume offers a comprehensive examination of sensation and perception. By looking into how all the senses work together, Goldstein is able to show readers how seemingly simple experiences are actually extremely complex reactions. The author examines both the psychophysical and physiological underpinnings of perception, presenting both in a way students should find interesting and easy to follow. Also included are hands-on demonstrations, providing perceptual experiences that illustrate some of the principles discussed in the text.
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"I have found Goldstein's Fourth Edition to be the best book on the market. The Fifth Edition is even better, as it integrates ecological approaches to perception more thoroughly, includes more findings on the application of perceptual information to everyday behavior, and expands and updates the text with exciting new discoveries about the neural bases of sensation and perception."
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Book Description Breton Pub Co, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. 5 Stg. Seller Inventory # DADAX0534362508