Experience it here: What we think we see is not always what we see, and this has far-reaching implications for relationships, public safety, crime reporting, witness testimony, and even parenting. How does the brain prioritize among multiple visual stimuli? Farahnaz Wick, a Harvard Medical School cognitive scientist, reveals new insight into human recall of visually dynamic scenes.
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