Freud, Sigmund. The Interpretation of Dreams, Third Edition. Trans. by A. A. Brill. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1913; Bartleby.com, 2010.
Freud's work in dream psychology discusses so many of the ways that people suppress actual desires. While this may not directly correlate to what is being discussed in my philosophy, this can be related to how the spectator does not actively or knowingly react in a certain way, but they do. Just how like a dreamer does not have control of what is depicted, but certain images are depicted anyway.

JONES, GRAHAM M.. Trade of the Tricks: Inside the Magician's Craft. 1st ed. University of California Press, 2011. Web...
This article (part of a book) while spending time discussing specifics of tricks and mechanics, does a great job of introducing the top of magic and card tricks. In terms of definitions and distinguishing this sort of "magic" from others, this article allowed me to create a more clear idea in my own head of what I exactly meant by "card magic" and how I was to go about defining it for my readers.

Mehrling, Perry et al.. “What If the Leader of the Central Bank Told Hilarious Jokes and Did Card Tricks? A Panel of Experts”. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 66.5 (2007): 863–888. Web...
This essay at certain points discusses stereotypes that surround what card tricks are and the sort of people who would be considered to associate themselves with it and people whom would not be associated with it. This article provided insight on how many people just simply do not have an interest in card magic. This discovery and topic in this essay relates greatly to my philosophy and how this would effect certain people's reactions to magic tricks.

Schechner, Richard. “Performers and Spectators Transported and Transformed”. The Kenyon Review 3.4 (1981): 83–113. Web...
Considering so much of what my philosophy has to offer involves the relationship between the performer and the spectator, I needed to read and get some insight regarding the science or psychology on it. This article spent time talking about the subject in ways that I had never really considered before on my own, thus allowing myself to have a greater scope of understanding for when writing my philosophy.