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Archive for August 28, 2016

A visual nudge can disrupt recall of what things look like

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Interfering with your vision makes it harder to describe what you know about the appearance of even common objects, according to researchers.┬áThis connection between visual knowledge and visual perception challenges widely held theories that visual information about the world — that alligators are green and have long tails, for example — is stored abstractly, as a list of facts, divorced from the visual experience of seeing an alligator.

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