By Colin Ellard
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“One of the best technology writers I've ever read." —Los Angeles Times
“Ellard has a knack for distilling vague clinical theories into sensible wisdom." —New York instances booklet Review
“[Ellard] mak[es] even the main mundane entomological test or exegesis of mental geekspeak suppose clean and fascinating." —NPR
“Colin Ellard is among the world's greatest thinkers at the neuroscience of city layout. the following he bargains a wholly new approach to comprehend our cities—and ourselves." —CHARLES MONTGOMERY, writer of Happy urban: remodeling Our Lives via city Design
Our atmosphere can powerfully have an effect on our suggestions, feelings, and actual responses, no matter if we're awed by way of the Grand Canyon or Hagia Sophia, panicked in a crowded room, soothed by way of a simple task, or tempted in casinos and buying department stores. In Places of the Heart, Colin Ellard explores how our houses, places of work, towns, and nature—places we break out to and can't get away from—have inspired us all through historical past, and the way our brains and our bodies reply to types of genuine and digital area. As he describes the perception he and different scientists have won from new applied sciences, he assesses the effect those applied sciences could have on our evolving surroundings and asks what sort of global we're, and will be, creating.
Colin Ellard is the writer of You Are right here: Why we will be able to locate Our strategy to the Moon, yet wander off within the Mall. A cognitive neuroscientist on the collage of Waterloo and director of its city Realities Laboratory, he lives in Kitchener, Ontario.
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