Teaching: Phenomenological Control—What Is Reality, Really?
Phenomenological control refers to the ability to construct subjective experiences that distort objective reality. Teaching tips and guidelines for this fascinating area of research.
The Twisted Paths of Perception
The King Pedro IV Square in Lisbon, Portugal, better known as the Rossio, regales visitors with a delightful exemplar of the traditional pavement called calçada portuguesa. Originally cobbled in 1848, the dizzying light and dark
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on visual illusions, the use of gestures to communicate, well-being and altruism across nations, sensory encoding, empathy, semantic similarity and attention, the neuronal processing of faces, categorical perception, and a learning disability affecting the acquisition of arithmetic skills.