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Bruce Hood is at present the Director of the Bristol Cognitive improvement Centre within the Experimental Psychology division on the collage of Bristol. He has been a learn fellow at Cambridge college and collage collage London, a traveling scientist at MIT and a school professor at Harvard.
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