A recent study conducted by the University of Louisville and the University of Washington (that’s a bunch of little kids!) has found significant differences in the way our brains think and see visual information.
I’ve had some of my own little insights into how our brains process information when I spent some time back in the late ’90s and early 2000s with the University of Louisville’s Brain and Behavioral Sciences department, which had the biggest lab I’ve ever seen in the U.S. One of their interesting studies involved a study of children ages 8 to 9.
Most of the kids in this study were in the 8-9 age range, so they’d already been exposed to certain things that we’re all exposed to in a developing sense. For instance, before the study they watched a movie that featured a bunch of animals in a bunch of environments. They were then tested on how much each animal looked like a specific animal, such as a cat or dog.
The most interesting thing the study was able to show was that a child who had been exposed to a lot of animals, especially a cat, would eventually develop a fixation on cats, and would find it difficult to focus on anything else.
I think this is because a cat’s constant presence is comforting. It reminds you of something, a friend, a pet, a petting zoo. It’s like a comforting presence. The same thing can be said about a dog, who, for example, would be more likely to go into a room with a person than just a random dog. This is why dogs are my favorite. I grew up with them. They’re super cute, they’re just like fluffy little puppies.
A lot of cats are sweet too, and there are some reasons why cats might be a bit of a comfort. They may remind us that they are just pets and that we are more than just our pets. They could remind us that life is not about the “maniacal” cat, but rather the “loving” cat. They might remind us that there are people out there who appreciate them. They could remind us that we are not alone.
That’s not all though. The trailer gives us the game’s story, and one of the first things we see is that it’s really not the story of a cat, but of a dog. That’s because the game’s story is about a group of people working together to find and kill Visionaries. These people are the ones who created the island, they are the ones who created the day repeating.
The game will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC at launch, and has a version for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows. It’s coming to Xbox One, Playstation 3, and Mac in 2016.
The cat-dog thing isn’t in the game, but it’s very telling of the story that is being told, and it seems very appropriate. A cat is a very big dog.
A cat just looks like one.