Dr. Daniel Bernstein presents his research into visual hindsight bias. He has found that if people know what an image is before seeing a poor quality portrayal, they believe it is perceptible more often than if they don't know. This could have huge impacts on our perceptions of other people and in criminal justice.
Visual Hindsight Bias Occurs for Only Some Emotional Faces
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