Very recommended (classic and still relevant) book on the human senses. And a poem of Charles Baudelaire: Correspondences Nature's a temple where each living column, At times, gives forth vague words. There Man advances Through forest-groves of symbols, strange and solemn, Who follow him with their familiar glances. As long-drawn echoes mingle and transfuse Till… Continue reading The unity of the senses: Interrelations among the modalities by Prof. Lawrence Marks
"It is not true that “the laboratory can never be like life.” The laboratory must be like life!" - J.J. Gibson Taken from Peelen, M. V., & Kastner, S. (in press). Attention in the real world: toward understanding its neural basis. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.