Crash and learn: Coming to terms with a near-fatal accident
Twenty-two years ago, Joshua Prager was in a road accident in Israel that left him paralyzed. In a new book about the experience, the American journalist explains why he remains a happy man.
NEW YORK − The word “pareidolia,” deriving from the Greek words para (something faulty, wrong, instead of) and the noun eidolon (image, form, shape), refers to a cognitive phenomenon that discerns familiar patterns or faces in vague, meaningless data. For example, if you’ve...
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