cNet’s News.com reports that a study by a professor of psychology at Cornell found that the human brain does not function in the computer-like way that many researchers believe. By tracing the mouse movements of 42 undergraduate students, professor Michael Spivey found that people faced with ambiguity are forced to study limited data before making a decision, rather than automatically choosing the right answer when it’s one they clearly should know.
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