Paolo Bozzi

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Paolo Bozzi was an Italian psychologist, philosopher, composer and violin player. He was born in Gorizia on May 16, 1930 and died in Bolzano in 2003.

He made a number of important discoveries in psychology of perception and thought, most notably the phenomenon of auditory streaming. He was one of the first to defend the idea of a systematic study of naïve physics, and a precursor of experimental philosophy.

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