[ExI] contra Kahneman

Adrian Tymes atymes at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 21:34:52 UTC 2018

> It's long but it's worth it.

This is almost never true these days.  Summary: it turns out that
humans are much better at finding "obvious" stuff than thought - when
they aren't trying to focus on one thing (thus excluding other stuff)
and keeping in mind how much "obvious" stuff there generally is.

On Fri, Dec 28, 2018 at 9:39 AM William Flynn Wallace
<foozler83 at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's long but it's worth it.  My question is:  how can such a paper be written without the use of the concept of attention?  Focus?  I agree - what's out there is driven by what we expect to see.  Without any ideas anything might be seen or not seen.  Reinterpretaion of the invisible gorilla.  bill w
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