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Praise for THE VISION REVOLUTION:
Made “Best Books of 2009” story.
— New Scientist.
Among “Best of the Year” books. “…this book is indispensable.”
— Daniel Piza, Estadao, Aug, 2010.
“I think Vision Revolution is one of the best works of theoretical vision science since Gibson.”
— Dan Simons, The Invisible Gorilla. (See also a review in PsychToday, Nov, 2010.)
“…could potentially revise much of what we think we know about human vision.”
— Jason G. Goldman,
Scientific American, May, 2012.
“…fascinating book…”, in a story on the best books of 2009
— Amanda Gefter, New Scientist, Aug 25, 2010
“…may have a big effect on our understanding of the human brain.”
— Chris Chabris, Invisible Gorilla, Wall Street Journal, June 19, 2009.
“…will make you wonder the next time you notice someone blush”
— Melinda Wenner, Scientific American MIND, July 2009
“…surprising, overturning theories that have dominated primatology since the 1970s”
— Jennifer Curry, Barnes & Noble Spotlight Review, July 13, 2009
“…challenges common notions regarding sight. …keep[s] them… dazzled.”
— Professor R. H. Cormack, Publishers Weekly (starred review), May 11, 2009
“…unusual in range & quality of his ideas, the clarity & humour with which he can lay them out.”
— Mind Hacks‘ Dr. Tom Stafford, The Psychologist, June, 2010
“…interesting and challenging new theories.”
— Professor Adrian G. Dyer, Quarterly Review of Biology, June, 2010
“…demands the reader look at things in such a new way that one can never go back.”
— Paul Harris, Journal of Behavioral Optometry, Dec, 2011.
“…Zahlreiche, teilweise verblüffende Testbeispiele sorgen für Abwechslung und so manchen Aha-Effekt.”
— Heike Geilen, Tabula rasa
“…ein lesenswertes Sachbuch, um Prinzipien des visuellen Systems besser zu verstehen.”
— Nicole Dietrich, ORF, Sept, 2012.
“…a fresh perspective on how we see the world.”
— Grace Cao, Yale Scientific, Nov, 2012.
“…fascinated by the theories and insights.”
— H. C. Park, Korean review, Dec, 2012.
The book has also been discussed widely in magazines, including the New York Times, and Scientific American.