- To measure what information a visitor takes away from a page having looked at it for just 5–7 seconds
- To arrange and organize elements on your dashboard so that visitors naturally gravitate toward the most important elements ﬁrst
- In the realm of psychology, they’re used to test how much working memory capacity you’re using when viewing a web page.
- To measure what information a visitor takes away from a page having looked at it for just 3–5 seconds
Fill in the blank: If a person already has their mind made up and they are only paying attention to the data that supports this decision, this is an example of __________ bias.
confirmation bias curse of knowledge selection bias hindsight bias