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Training Improves Recognition of Rapid-Fire Objects - New Research from Prof. Takeo Watanabe
published on 05 August 2012
"Attentional blink" is the term psychologists use to describe our inability to recognize a second important object if we see it less than half a second after a first one. It always seemed impossible to overcome, but in a new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Prof. Takeo Watanabe and his team report they’ve found a way. For more details, see the Brown press release on this new research.