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TASK BRIEF Connecting Science © Hodder Education 2009 Designing a further visual perception test You have seen some examples of how psychologists plan experiments to test how people interpret the information they see. Your task is to design another test of visual perception. The test could be about stimuli that affect attention (what we notice). Or it could be about how different one object has to be from others to be noticed as different.
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