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Dr. David Lewis

DR DAVID LEWIS is founder and Director of Research at the independent research consultancy Mindlab International. Dubbed the 'father of neuromarketing' for his pioneering studies analysing brain activity for research and commercial purposes, he currently specialises in non-invasive techniques for measuring human responses under real life conditions. He is the founding member of the Impulsivity Research Group (http://www.impulsive.me.uk/), which is dedicated to researching the psychology, neurology and genetics of impulsive behaviour.

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Oil Painting Techniques
Edited by David Lewis
Watson-Guptill | Trade Paperback | October 1983
$22.95/27.95(Canada) | 978-0-8230-3261-7 (0-8230-3261-2)

Do you want to become more confident handling an oil brush? How about developing your skill in manipulating and mixing oil colors? This volume, filled with the experience and techniques of ten of today's finest oil painters, shows you how to discover and paint your own successful paintings, covering everything from... Read more






Pencil Drawing Techniques
Edited by David Lewis
Watson-Guptill | Trade Paperback | April 1984
$19.95/21.00(Canada) | 978-0-8230-3991-3 (0-8230-3991-9)

Here is a really good book for the artist who wants to develop his or her pencil drawing abilities, whether it's to improve your preliminary sketch work, or to create beautiful pencil drawings complete in their own right. Pencil Drawing Techniques brings together six of today's best artists, all of whom... Read more





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