In psychoacoustics and cognitive psychology, the masking of some stimulus by another, often louder or more apparent stimulus, that occurs a fraction of a second after the first stimulus. Often confused with backmasking wherein hearing something played backwards supposedly influences the listener.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nathan M. Hall, author of the new Path of the Moonlit Hedge.
The lowly mushroom is experiencing a celebrity moment lately.
Maybe it's because of shows like Star Trek: Discovery, which featured a...