How much information do we retain about what we don’t see?
Roisin McGuigan |
To remember something, do you need to consciously see it? The belief in a strong link between something being visible to the eye, and the maintenance of corresponding neuronal activity is supported by several theories of visual awareness. But recent work is challenging this notion: it would appear that things that seem “invisible” to the naked eye can still be stored by the brain.
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