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Mind Hacks (Anglais) Broché – 7 décembre 2004

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This exploration into the moment-by-moment works of the brain uses cognitive neuroscience to present experiments, tricks, and tips related to vision, motor skills, attention, cognition, subliminal perception. Each 'hack' examines specific operations of the brain. If you want to find out what's going on in your head, then 'Mind Hacks' is the key.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Neuroscience in a nutshell 12 mai 2008
Par William Kerney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book isn't about "hacking your brain" at all. What it really is is an overview of neuroscience, presented as 100 different topics which talk about how the brain works. Ever wonder how our brain figures out which direction sound comes from? Or how we pick out patterns in chaos? Or how we construct our vision of the world? Not only does it explain it in a very accessible fashion, but it gives hyperlinks to things online which have mp3s or jpegs which help demonstrate the point so that you can verify for yourself that it's how it works.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 very good 27 mars 2013
Par lithuanian clown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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it is a delightful book, zesty fun informative. I haven't finished due to ...life. but more than halfway through and as a cognitive sort i have found this information useful, not profound or deep, but does lead one to think outside the box by being eclectic enough stray from beaten paths but not with enough wizadry to roam chaotically about pointing attention to itself. The book provides a rich trove of neuroscience info packaged with whim and slyness. It also lacks the dogmatic sententious nose-kite attitudes of some authors.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great! 14 décembre 2012
Par Gerhart Hauptman-diaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is very detailed and very insightful, it can become dry at times, but that's because it has so much information that is needed to understand such a great topic.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Some useful games 5 février 2013
Par zfinch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I got this to use for some fun "games" for a college course. It takes some sorting through but it was useful.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lots of Food(Hacks) for Thought! 29 mars 2005
Par W. Watson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm only 2/3 of the way through the book but thought it would be worth posting a review before completing it for one reason. The reason is that all the many links found in the book do not need to be entered in by hand. The authors recently put the complete list of links on their web page. This makes it a lot more enticing to go off and explore illusions and support information.

I liked the idea of the book, and when I started reading it, it seemed somewhat unengaging. Somewhere after the first 10 hacks or so that changed. I guess I started developing a feel for what it was all about. It's sort of textbook-ish, but nevertheless very interesting. Sort of like a lab manual and you are the lab.

I think other reviewers have given a pretty fair idea of what it's about, so I'll only make a few comments.

I think it's worthwhile reading their comments sprinkled among the references. There's some very good info there and suggestions about further reading.

A real show stopper item is how we use the external world as a database to help us see. That's a real twist. See the J. Kevin O'Regan web article, Hack #40. That reminds me. Some of the illusions on the web, particularly those on change blindness, are a little tricky. A good illustration is in this article. There's a section (single line actually) called "slow motion". You probably won't notice what happens in the animation until it stops, and you try to restart. Suddenly it jumps out at you. My point is that sometimes you have to fidget awhile with the computer. This is not a fault of the book.

Another show stopper (to me at least) is the experiment discussed in the chapter on integration, Hack #61. It appears that language is necessary to integrate information from our senses. In this case, geometry and color.

As of this writing, it's unfortunate the publisher hasn't yet put some of the book online. There are a few items I would like to search for that I did not highlight and cannot find in the index. The index is, however, quite good.

Another good current read on the mind is "Blink" by Malcolm Gladwell.

P.S. I'm looking for the story about the pilots.
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