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Restoring the senses / Graeme Clark
Bib ID 4274036
Format BookBook
Author
Clark, Graeme M., 1935-
 
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2007 
95 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780733322662
Series

Boyer lectures ; 2007

Summary

"In Restoring the senses, Professor Clark makes us vividly aware of how important our senses are to us and to our interaction with the world. He demonstrates what a difference it makes to the lives of people whose senses are impaired to have them restored."--Back cover.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 91-95.

Subjects Cochlear implants.  |  Senses and sensation.  |  Bionics.
Other authors/contributors Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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