If you want people to understand what you say, be sure to pay attention to your other senses, especially sight.
If I said, "DON'T think of a duck", it is nearly impossible to NOT think of a duck because the human mind must first see the duck before it can process the command telling you not to see it. That's pretty cool.
In another twist, if you looked at a photo of a beach, with a caption that says "Think Snow" in big letters, your mind will actually have a hard time thinking about snow, even though it's clearly written.
Scientists took a deck of white cards with color names written on them, and timed how long people take to identify the colors written on them. They then compared it to the time it takes to go through the same number of cards, except this time they color... [More]
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