How Clutter Negatively Affects Focus

How Clutter Negatively Affects Focus
technology

A recent study from the Princeton University Neuroscience Institute explores how clutter negatively affects how we process information.

Dan Gould
  • 31 march 2011

A recent study from the Princeton University Neuroscience Institute explores how clutter negatively affects how we process information.

The study explains:

Multiple stimuli present in the visual field at the same time compete for neural representation by mutually suppressing their evoked activity throughout visual cortex, providing a neural correlate for the limited processing capacity of the visual system.

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