Scientific American - 6.11.13 by Keith Payne
Scientists probe the biases of “unconscious selective attention”
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The plan was foiled when not a single bystander so much as raised an eye brow. Several cows did notice, however, and they followed Cornell on his ghostly rambles. Was it just a fluke, or did people “not want to see” the besheeted man, as Cornell concluded in his 1959 report?
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