Aldrich Chan talks reassembling models of reality

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We were fortunate to catch up with neuropsychologist Dr Aldrich Chan who has recently released his new book Reassembling Models of Reality: Theory and Clinical Practice (published by W. W. Norton & Co). In this book, and in our conversation, Dr Chan examines our experience of how reality is assembled in our minds and how this knowledge can inform our therapeutic practice.

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