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My project question is How fast does the brain read geometric shapes compared to optical illusions I will try to find this out by experimenting reading and researching the resources that I have acquired I have planned my experiments using two simple procedures In the first I will draw a puzzle of different color shapes I will give the test subject a piece of paper with a shape from the puzzle on it I will have them study the paper Then I will reveal the puzzle to them and ask them to find the shape as fast as they can Each subject will be timed in order to determine how long it takes the individual to find the shapes As for the second procedure I will show them an optical illusion called The Hidden Word and ask the test subject to tell me what the word is Again the subject will be timed in order to see how long it takes for him or her to find the hidden word I hope to discover which figure the brain can read faster To complete this project research must be done on the brain The brain is the most important organ in the body It makes everything in your body function Your brain tells you when you are hurt or sick and does many other important things for you Think about it it runs everything in your body without you needing to think about it perfectly The brain has seven main parts They are the thalamus the hypothalamus the cerebellum the brain stem the corpus callosum the two hemispheres and the largest part of our brain the cerebrum The thalamus is located just above the the brain stem It acts like a switchboard deciding what to do with the messages that come to the brain If you were doing something like reading and someone called you your thalamus would ignore that
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