Christopher Riche Evans





Christopher Riche Evans


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in Aberdovey, Wales, The United Kingdom
May 29, 1931

Died
October 10, 1979

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Dr Christopher Riche Evans (29 May 1931 – 10 October 1979) was a British psychologist, computer scientist, and author.

Born in Aberdovey, he spent his childhood in Wales and was educated at Christ College, Brecon (1941–49). He spent two years in the RAF (1950–52),and worked as a science journalist and writer until 1957 when he began a B.A. course in Psychology at University College, London, graduating with honors in 1960.

After a summer fellowship at Duke University, where he first met his future American wife, Nancy Fullmer, he took up a Research Assistant post in the Physics Laboratory, University of Reading, working on eye movements under Professor R.W. Ditchburn. Upon receiving his PhD (the title of his thesis was “Pattern Perception and
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Average rating: 3.97 · 78 ratings · 7 reviews · 11 distinct works
Cults of Unreason

4.05 avg rating — 21 ratings — published 1973 — 4 editions
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The Mighty Micro (Coronet B...

4.04 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 1979 — 7 editions
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Landscapes of the Night: Ho...

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The Making of the Micro: A ...

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Mind In Chains

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Mind At Bay

3.25 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 1969 — 3 editions
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Brain Physiology And Psycho...

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Cybernetics: Key Papers

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Understanding Yourself

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Psychology: A Dictionary of...

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“Of all mankind's unpleasant habits, sheer and willful cruelty is the most base, the least forgivable and, when carried to its extreme, perhaps the most horrific.”
Christopher Riche Evans, Mind In Chains

“The terrors of the future will not come from the drab repressions of an encroaching bureaucracy, but from the neon lights of a thousand supermarkets, the sounds of a million automobile accidents and from the public cremation of the dead astronauts as they return to earth.”
Christopher Riche Evans, Mind In Chains

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