The invisible world of human perception

Perception experts have long known that we see less of the world than we think we do. We create mental models of our surroundings by stitching together scraps of information gleaned while shifting attention from place to place. The process that creates the illusion of a complete picture relies on filtering out most of what’s out there. Now, researchers find people have more control over what gets filtered out than previously believed. —> Read More

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