[Answer] Participants were instructed to focus on either white or black objects disregarding the other color. When a red cross passed across the screen about one third of the subjects did not notice it. This research protocol demonstrates which concept?

Answer: inattentional blindness
Participants were instructed to focus on either white or black objects disregarding the other color. When a red cross passed across the screen about one third of the subjects did not notice it. This research protocol demonstrates which concept?

If you propose a change that affects 2000000+ articles edited by thousands of people and 5 people participate in the discussion it demonstrates indifference not consensus even if the participants were unanimous in support (and there does appear to have been a quiet dissenting voice at the end). Christopher Parham 02:49 11 March 2008 (UTC)

If a character’s motive is not clear we can’t fill in that gap in writing it. We can summarize appropriately but that’s it. If one sees synthesis – in other words what is not easily apparent from a causal first read of the work – that needs to be marked and tagged and removed appropriately. – …

The first two were patches of dim white light (by the way there were thin clouds when I saw this) about 1 degree large moving quickly across the sky. “Quickly” in this case means “faster than the high-altitude airplanes that leave visible trails about the speed of the airplanes that don’t leave trails and whose blinking lights can be …

One could alternatively just hover over a word and get the one -liner if one does not want to “expand all”. This is a simple version of what Ted Nelson called StretchText . I would really LOVE this feature since I read articles out of my field all of the time–mostly because I am insanely curious about EVERYTHING.

Wow – I’m impressed. And the new diagram can be used to replace the horrible File:FeatherLocking.png in the Fe…

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