“Binocular rivalry” occurs when each eye is shown a different image, for example, a red patch in one eye and a green patch to another.
Most people switch back and forwards between the two incompatible images, as the brain can only perceive one at a time. But some people merge the two images into a unified red-green patch.
Participants who scored higher on openness were more likely to...
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Open-minded people have a different visual perception of reality