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The 300-pound Gorilla in the Room: University of Arizona Philosophy Class Selects The Invisible Gorilla

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The University of Arizona has selected The Invisible Gorilla: How Our Intuitions Deceive Us by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons as a required text for their Philosphy Department’s Logic & Critical Thinking Course.  Based on the authors’ “Gorillas in Our Midst” study, The Invisible Gorilla highlights the work of Chabris and Simons, as well as other researchers, as they investigate attention, perception, memory, and reasoning.  The authors ultimately show students how and why the perception of the mind is often at fault.

Both Chabris and Simons, have received PhDs from Harvard and Cornell respectively.

“A fascinating look at little-known illusions that greatly affect our daily lives…offers surprising insights into just how clueless we are about how our minds work and how we experience the world…Bound to have wide popular appeal.”—Kirkus Reviews

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June 24, 2013 at 4:23 pm Leave a comment


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