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Neuroscientists crossed with magicians – neuromagic

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It’s true. The hand is quicker than the eye.

While we usually throw a freshly poured coffee at “neuro-” words like “neuropolitics,” “neuroeconomics,” neuroarthistory, and (tomorrow’s faux buzz for sure) “neuro-used car salesmanship,” The Science of Magic (neuromagic?) sounds genuinely interesting:

After all, no one believes it.

Hat tip: Stephanie West Allen at Brains on Purpose

2 Replies to “Neuroscientists crossed with magicians – neuromagic

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    TomG says:

    Very interesting.

    I showed this clip to my son, Jonathan, who is a magician. While the rest of us were saying, “That’s amazing!” he was saying, “That’s brilliant!”—the first time through, that is.

    It’s all in where you focus your attention.

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    Mung says:

    I love how Walter ReMine connects modern evolutionary theory with magic.

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