Attention/Selective

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Don't Forget!
Easy Exercises for a Better Memory At Any Age
Lapp, Danielle C.
1987
Exercises for memory training.
Vision decisions: continuity fields, and why we miss subtle visual changes
MIT neuroscientist's research suggests how we see is a function of the brain's attempt to manage the world's visual chaos
Kim, Meeri
2014
What you are seeing at the present moment is not a fresh snapshot of the world but rather an average of what you've seen in the past 10 to 15 seconds.

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