Researchers at Lund University probably know more about the choices you make in a supermarket than you do yourself. With a special helmet the researchers can find out what draws your attention in a supermarket. This kind of research is called eyetracking. In this video, the equipment is worn by a reporter.
Agneta Gulz and Jana Holsanova from Lund University Cognitive Science were interviewed in the magazine “Research for the Future” published in both Sydsvenska Dagbladet and Dagens Industri, two major Swedish newspapers, on the 3rd of April.
Read the news article about our latest choice blindness finding in Nature News.
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