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May 05, 2012
Very interesting study on visual cues! People couldn't ignore pointing fingers and directed eyes even when asked to, but they could ignore arrows and written directions.
Pointing a finger work much better than using pointed arrows
Images of pointing fingers are much better at diverting people's attention than directional arrows, new psychology research suggests. Researchers have shown that biological cues like an outstretched i...
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