Babies See What You Can’t
We can imagine what it’s like to see the world as a newborn: literally everything is new. Overwhelming, right? So when we get a little bit older (even five months), we develop ways to deal with this information overload. But it’s not just that we learn to “tune out” details that aren’t important—some image differences actually become invisible to us as we age. Scientists call this ...
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