The results by Gustav Kuhn, University of Durham , and Michael Land, reported by the University of Sussex , and appear in the 21th November issue of the journal Current Biology, published by Cell Press. Ball, perception of an event is often significantly modulated by our past experiences and expectations over the counter ed treatment . In the new work, the researchers used a magic trick to demonstrate , how magicians can distort our perception in an everyday situation by manipulating our expectations, the researchers went on to investigate mechanisms behind these scams.
###The researchers conclude Gustav Kuhn of the University of Durham, South Road, Durham, UK and Michael F. Land of University of Sussex in Brighton, Kuhn et al: There’s more to magic than meets the eye Publishing in Current Biology 16, R950 – r951, November 2006 Issue 10.
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