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DIck Passingham has been interviewed by the Facebook Site "Five Books".

Five books is a Facebook site which posts interviews with various distinguished experts in which they are asked to choose five books and say why they chose them or were influenced by them.

Dick chose the following must-reads:

  1. The Concept of Mind, Gilbert Ryle (1949).
  2. Perception and Communication, Donald Broadbent (1958)
  3. The Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence, Harry Jerison (1975)
  4. Images of Mind, Posner and Raichle (1994)
  5. The Organization of Behavior, Donald Hebb (1949)

The full text of his interview can also be downloaded here.

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