Stephen M. Kosslyn

Stephen M. Kosslyn is John Lindsley Professor of Psychology in Memory of William James, Emeritus, at Harvard University and Director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.

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Cover: The Harvard Sampler: Liberal Education for the Twenty-First CenturyThe Harvard Sampler: Liberal Education for the Twenty-First CenturyShephard, Jennifer M.
Kosslyn, Stephen M.
Hammonds, Evelynn M.
HARDCOVER10/15/2011$29.95Currently unavailable
Cover: Mind Time: The Temporal Factor in ConsciousnessMind Time: The Temporal Factor in ConsciousnessLibet, BenjaminPAPERBACK10/28/2005$32.50
Cover: The Languages of the BrainThe Languages of the BrainGalaburda, Albert M.
Kosslyn, Stephen M.
Christen, Yves
HARDCOVER12/15/2002$100.00
Cover: Image and MindImage and MindKosslyn, Stephen M.PAPERBACK01/01/1986$50.00
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