"First published in 1987 to huge acclaim, The Oxford Companion to the Mind is now established as a classic. In the long-awaited second edition, Richard Gregory again brings expertise to bear on this most elusive of subjects - at a time when interest in the mind has never been so high." "Also featuring discussion forums among leading experts and opinion-formers on consciousness, brain imaging, and artificial intelligence."--BOOK JACKET.
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