Black Holes and Vacuum Cleaners

An article I worked on was published in the August 2017 issue of Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.  I am the second of the four Smiths on the author list; the second Smith is traditionally the one who figured out how to implement a complex design using Survey Monkey.  The study is about labels for astronomical images.  It includes the sentence:

Interestingly, participants with higher levels of self-reported expertise reported knowing more about the nonexistent objects than those with less expertise.

 

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