Visual perceptual skills have been a staple of our lives since the dawn of civilization, but today, we don’t really know what they do.
And that’s not surprising since they’re such a complex and elusive skill.
In fact, a lot of research on visual perceptual abilities has focused on tasks that require the user to focus on one thing at a time, such as reading the Bible.
But what about reading the whole Bible?
To answer that question, I asked a panel of cognitive psychologists and visual-processing researchers to describe a visual perceptual task for a hypothetical reader.
I also asked them to give me a list of six words in their native language.
This is what the psychologists said: