Do we see only what we WANT TO SEE?
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Do we see only what we WANT TO SEE?

September 07, 2017 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Attention is a mental process that allows you to choose some external stimuli and ignore others.

In this quick test, you have to count the number of times the players wearing white pass the basketball.

The test was carried out in 1999 by two psychologists, Simons and Chabris, with the aim of demonstrating and working on "blindness" derived from inattention.

This phenomenon does not only occur with sight but also with the other senses as well! Consequently, in order to detect and interpret our perceptions, we need to pay attention!


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