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the inability to detect changes to an object or a scene even if large, repeatedly made, or anticipated; it can even occur when the subject is fixated on the item being changed.

Definition contributed by Anonymous

Asserted relationships to other concepts

change blindness
is a kind of

  • inattentional blindness
  • change blindness
    is a part of

    No associations
    are a kind of
    change blindness

    No associations
    are a part of
    change blindness

    No associations

    Tasks that are asserted to measure change blindness

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