The attentional blink
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The attentional blink.
As soon as you choose one item for memory encoding, people fail to do so for the second. In fact, they don’t even seem to perceive the second item!
Now, reflect back on the door video. What role might memory have played?
Canvas QUESTIONS: what would people have to remember in the door video to notice the change?
VIDEO: What can we expect for reading?
If someone hands you a page of text to read, do you just stare at the middle of the page and process all the words at once? No, and there’s two reasons for that
- refer back to the visual search stuff
Reading seems to be fast but serial
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If we then add a bunch of O’s everywhere, you can still detect it in parallel.