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Management practices of Russian companies. Vol. 1. Cases from the HSE Graduate School of Business Collection

Artamoshina P. S., Vinogradov A., Горгишели М. В. et al.

Vol. 1. M.: Higher School of Economics, National Research University, 2021.

Article
The Role of Emotional Information in Banner Blindness

Sapronov F., Gorbunova E. S.

Frontiers in Psychology. 2022. No. 8.

Book chapter
Multiple Social Identities in the Post-Soviet Context

Lebedeva N. M., Galyapina V. N., van de Vijver F. J.

In bk.: Non-Western Identity. Research and Perspectives. Switzerland: Springer, 2022. Ch. 8. P. 131-150.

Working paper
Political, Environmental And Social Determinants Of Pro-Environmental Behaviour In Russia

Sautkina E., Agissova F., Ivanova A. et al.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2021. No. 130.

Jeremy M. Wolfe: Dancing Chickens and Gorillas in the Lung: If I Can See So Much, Why Do I Miss So Much?

On October 27, 2014 Jeremy M. Wolfe (Harvard Medical School, USA) spoke on ‘Dancing Chickens and Gorillas in the Lung: If I Can See So Much, Why Do I Miss So Much?’
Abstract
When you open your eyes on a new scene, you immediately see something. You can understand the basic ‘gist’ of that scene within a fraction of a second. You can remember that seen for days after a just a few seconds exposure. Nevertheless, we can easily show that you are ‘blind’ or at least remarkably amnesic about very basic aspects of what you have just seen. I will attempt to explain this seemingly contradictory collection of abilities and limits. Moreover, I will discuss the impact of these aspects of normal human vision and attention on important tasks like airport security and cancer screening.