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Just some pretty brain pictures because I can. neuroimages:
The Complexity of “Simple” Tasks Good examples of how to analyse procedural knowledge with task analysis. (via The Complexity of “Simple” Tasks)
Hermann’s Grid the real story as to why we see the phantom dots. (via Grid Illusions: Hermann Grid)
“Academics found that bike racks where the poster was present had 62% fewer thefts than the previous year, while those without the poster saw thefts rise by 63%.” Eye Poster Puts Off Bike Thieves It’s all in the eyes.
A good interview from Discover Magazine. They interview a researcher, Neil Cohn on his work on the neuroscience of reading comics. “evidence suggests that we use the same cognitive process to make sense of comics as we do to read … Continue reading
I wrote last week about the problems with Myers Briggs personality tests, specifically when it comes to Extroversion and Introversion. This study couldn’t be timely. Move Over Extroverts, Here Come the Ambiverts