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martedì 8 marzo 2016

# s-brain: what you know, how you see

<< “When  you  become  an  expert  in  reading  an  alphabetwhat  does  that  changeDoes  your  visual  system  see  the  same thing  as  a  beginnerWe  say  no,”  Wiley  said.  “If  you’re  an  expertthings  that  look  complex  to  a  novice  look  simple  to you.” The  findings  should  apply  not  just  to  lettersbut  to  anything  we  see. “What  we  find  should  hold  true  for  any  sort  of  object  —  carsbirdsfacesExpertise  mattersIt  changes  how  you perceive  things,”  Wiley  said.  “Part  of  being  an  expert  is  learning  what  matters  and  what  doesn’t  matter  —  including visual  featuresYou  know  what  to  look  for.” >>

Johns Hopkins University. What You Know Can Affect How You See. Released: 1-Mar-2016 10:05 AM EST

http://www.newswise.com/articles/what-you-know-can-affect-how-you-see

Wiley Robert  W., Wilson Colin,  Rapp Brenda. The  Effects  of  Alphabet  and  Expertise  on  Letter  Perception.  Journal  of  Experimental  Psychology:  Human  Perception  and  Performance,  Feb 25 , 2016,  Database:  PsycARTICLES [  First  Posting  ] http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000213

http://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/2016-09709-001/

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