The "Door" Study
This video shows a participant from a 1998 study by Daniel Simons and Daniel Levin. Watch what happens as the unsuspecting pedestrian provides directions. The young man on the left is one of the experimenters.
這部影片展現出，在Daniel Simons 及Daniel Levin1998年的研究中，一位實驗對象的情況。看看亳無心理準備的行人在被問路時會發生什麼事。在左邊的年輕人則是其中一位實驗者。
He has approached the white-haired man and asked for directions. Watch closely as two people carrying a door pass between them. And the first experimenter is replaced by someone else.
Like many of the people in the study, the pedestrian was entirely unaware that he was talking to a different person. Approximately fifty percent of the people approached in this study didn't notice when the person they were talking to was replaced by someone else.
This study was among the first to demonstrate that "change blindness" can occur outside of the laboratory. This video is from research by Daniel Simons and Daniel Levin, and it's copyrighted. It is available for use in talks, training and teaching on DVDs from Viscog Productions.
這是第一個證明「改變盲視」是可以在實驗室外發生的研究之一。這部影片是根據Daniel Simons及Daniel Levin的學術研究所製做，受版權保護。Viscog Productions的DVD可供口語討論、訓練及教學使用。
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