The psychology of magic

It is human nature to want to believe in the wizardry of the magician–but also to turn against him and to scorn him the moment that he commits the slightest error that reveals his trickery. Those in the audience are embarrassed to have been so easily astonished, and they blame the performer for their gullibility.

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  1. Andres Vaiko says:

    I am always fascinated with psychology that is why i took a Bachelors Degree on psychology. ;

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