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Mark Changizi

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Mark Changizi is a cognitive scientist, and Director of Human Cognition at 2AI Labs. He has written three books about his research: HARNESSED: How Language and Music Mimicked Nature and Transformed Ape to Man , THE VISION REVOLUTION (Benbella 2009), and THE BRAIN FROM 25,000 FEET (Kluwer 2003).

He writes about science at places like... ChangiziBlog (HUB), Forbes , Wired , PsychToday , Atlantic , Seed (a, b), Telegraph , Scientific American , New Scientist .

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