Ghost busters, parapsychology, and the first study of inattentional blindness

ghosts in the history of inattentional [...]

The consequences of being ignored

A cool new study from Steve Most and his colleagues shows the consequences of being [...]

Another early study of Inattentional Blindness

A cool inattentional blindness experiment from [...]

gorillas, working memory, and the media

Speculative conclusions and definitive evidence: When press releases and media coverage diverge from the actual evidence. A closer look at the link between working memory and gorilla [...]

Seeing the world as it isn't

When we look at the world around us, we feel that we are seeing it completely and accurately. What accounts for that [...]

Chess as an analogy for science

A wonderful video of Richard Feynman explaining scientific discovery by analogy to figuring out the rules of [...]

What you'll reveal to a computer

People are affected by reciprocity norms, even when they are interacting with a [...]

Science or Sciencey [afterward]

An examination of sciencey marketing, using cognitive driver training as a case [...]

Science or Sciencey [part 4]

The final part of a 4-part series examining what happens when science is used for marketing (using brain-training software as the central example). [...]

Science or Sciencey [part 3]

The third of a 4-part series examining what happens when science is used for marketing (using brain-training software as the central example). [...]