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Chess experts help researchers understand how we see the world
February 21, 2012 by NewsBot
Neuroscientists are studying whether an expert chess player's analysis of a board is similar to the attention paid by most people to new or familiar faces. By deciphering how humans process visual information, researchers are uncovering new ways to improve eyewitness testimony, enhance teaching methods or increase people's ability to learn more efficiently.