The Science of Consciousness: Psychological, Neuropsychological and Clinical Reviews Paperback – 11 Apr 1996
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The book presents the reader with a series of clearly written chapters that deal with crucial and often difficult questions with clarity and in an engaging form which at the same time do not sacrifice rigour ... I hope to come across more books of this sort, which are capable of transmitting enthusiasm for psychology both as a searching evidence based discipline and one that will engage with important questions -- Psychology Teaching Review
There's ever delight in praise and this book deserves a lot of praise. Velmans has assembled a constellation of luminaries, many of them professors of psychology, who have given us one of the best available surveys of contemporary, scientific mainstream thinking about consciousness -- Journal of Consciousness Studies
Psychology students are fascinated by consciousness but often find the topic puzzling owing to the different approaches within the discipline. In this text, researchers from each of the three main areas of study introduce their angle and lead the student through the basic debates and research to date, ending with suggestions for further reading. This book should be useful as a base for a course of lectures or seminars on consciousness.See all Product description