Consciousness: A Very Short Introduction | Susan Blackmore
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Susan Blackmore, author of Consciousness: A Very Short Introduction, gives her top 10 things you should know about Consciousness.
Susan Blackmore, Visiting Professor in Psychology, University of Plymouth.
Susan Blackmore is a psychologist, writer, and Visiting Professor at the University of Plymouth. Her research ranges through out-of-body experiences and claims of the paranormal to minds, memes, and the mysteries of consciousness and free will. She is a TED lecturer, blogs for the Guardian and Psychology Today, and frequently appears on radio and TV. Her books include The Meme Machine (OUP, 1999), Conversations on Consciousness (OUP, 2005), Zen and the Art of Consciousness (Oneworld Publications, 2011) and Seeing Myself: The New Science of Out-of-body Experiences (Little Brown, 2017).
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