Don't hire a radiologist to catch a gorilla

02/11/2013 | National Public Radio

More than four out of five radiologists in a study failed to spot an image of a gorilla inserted into a lung scan that they scrutinized for signs of cancer. The finding highlights people's tendency to ignore unexpected data when focusing their attention on tough challenges, researchers say.

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