Tunnel vision and auditory exclusion are real
What began as research regarding how the human brain handles competing demands for attention, morphed into an excellent explanation of tunnel vision and auditory exclusion during stressful LE encounters — thanks to the diligence of the Force Science Institute.
A study led by Dr. Steven Yantis at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, resulted in some surprising discoveries regarding how our brains react to multiple stimuli and stress. Observing adults ages 19-35 in a lab setting as they viewed changing computer displays of multiple numbers and letters, and as they listened to three voices simultaneously speaking numbers and letters, created a scenario many people encounter daily.
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