Week1-5 - Week1(5) Judging the president -no matter the...

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Week1(5) Judging the president -no matter the situation, other ppl define the situation for u -while in school, went to student union to ask for ppl to do a survey for $3 - everyone ignored him until someone said "ok I'll do it" then stampede to do it -circuses in old times used to plant someone in audience to play a long cuz it only takes one person to "set the trend" -read slides on the ppt - haha adaptive errors! -“I love paris in the the springtime” -only a few ppl will read the double "the" -the context, meaning of the sentence, and grammar leads our brain to automatically only see the one "the" - NOT that u saw the 2 the's and skip one, usually u just don’t see it - especially wen u proofread own papers -also ABC and 12 13 14 -the B & 13 exactly the same but almost nobody notices even though he leaves in same place on screen -shows that our brain automatically sees the patterns -we're following the author's intent - we can’t objectively say one or the other but our brain has no problem making that decision automatically so we don’t see this
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