Unlocking 11 Mind-Blowing Paradoxes of Human Psychology

The Fundamental Attribution Error: Often we impute others’ errors on their character flaws while excusing ourselves as though conditions forced us to do so. This judgment bias speaks volumes about human perceptions and interpersonal relationship intricacies.

The Influence of Line Length on Reading: Reading speed and comprehension largely depend on line lengths used in texts. Therefore, better readability based on effective reading through correct lengthening lines from the writer’s perspective can be achieved.

Canonical Perspective: Our perception of objects often leans towards canonical perspectives, which in turn influence how we remember them or interact with them in our environment. This can help understand visual cognition more and better.

Inattentional Blindness: A lot of time when we are working on something, we don’t see the unexpected event, which is referred to as inattentional blindness. Consequently, this knowledge points out that attention is limited and that being aware of everything you perceive is necessary.

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