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Believing In Magic: The Psychology of Superstition, by Stuart A. Vyse
Examines current behavioral research which suggests that everyday superstitions are the natural result of well-understood psychological processes. Vyse entertainingly demonstrates how complex and paradoxical human behaviors can be understood through science. A significant contribution.
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