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For years neuroscientists believed that the best way to put people’s brains in a neutral state was to put them inside an eye scanner and get them to look at a small cross. What they have discovered more recently, however, is that this assumption couldn’t be more wrong
We constantly evaluate our world throughout our day. We have to; it’s part of human nature and it’s survival. However, too often evaluation becomes judgment. Judgment becomes bias. Bias leads us down
We live in an increasingly stressful world. There’s an aspirational sense things should improve with time, witness the U.S. War on Poverty or the U.N. Millennium …
It’s amazing that film editing works, because it’s so disruptive to the visual information coming into the brain, says Jeffrey Zacks, a neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis. On the other hand, Zacks says, our brains do quite a bit of editing of their own—-and we’re every bit as oblivious to that as we are to the film editor’s cuts.
This article was sent to me by Joel from The Sound and the Light Blog. Definitely check out both Joel’s blog and this article about how scientists are studying film to gain a deeper understanding of human perception. Truly fascinating!
Thank you Joel!