There is a common saying that “if you don’t create your own life then you’ll fall into someone else’s design.” We must beware of hidden objects or techniques of deception, being used in the environment. “A speakers apeal to it is always an invitation not to challenge his tacit assumptions.”
As Albert Einstein once said “Truth is what stands the test of experience.” But truth is a deeper sentiment in human nature.
Neural architecture is commonly being applied as a method of conformity. According to Dr Van der Linden , Dr of Experimental Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science “when a person feels they are being watched,” they will be a better person. Van der Linden demonstrated “when others are watching them,” it has a positive effect. According to Professor Aidan Moran from the University College Dubin School of Psychology “Sport is played with the body but won within the mind.” Eye tracking technology has been used for decades to “shape the mental processes” of althletes and used globally to streamline skills and training. Toyota Canada a leading vehicle manufacturer carried out a study to demonstrate what customers look at when buying a car. They parterned with Tobii Pro Insight Eye Tracking Team to assist their understanding of how customers move, think and communicate. The study revealed insights into the potential buying power
of customers and to their “generational differences and traditions.”
Some studies have shown that “it doesn’t matter if a person is being gazed upon” as they are more likely to “tidy that bedroom you have told them to do or more likely to put the rubbish in the bin,” than someone not being observed. It matters not wether it’s a shadow on a ceiling or wall that resembles a figure or a perceived set of eyes. As Van der Linden states “All it takes is an image of a pair of human eyes.”
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