Less than human? How we perceive members of the out-group versus our in-group.
Staring at a moving stimulus like a waterfall and then looking at stationary rocks, leads to the illusory perception that the rocks are moving in the opposite direction to the waterfall – an example of the “motion after-effect”. An intriguing new study shows that this effect can transfer from the visual domain to touch and also from touch to vision.
Nice old-school Nike’s you’ve got on there. Fashion conscious burglars leave clues for psychological profilers.