A heartwarming paragraph from a paper I’m reading:
Miller (1956) argued that there are definite limitations on the number of conceptual units that humans can handle at any one time. As the complexity of the information increases, effective use increases only to a point. Once complexity increases beyond this point, use of the information decreases in both quantity and quality, and behavior becomes confused and dysfunctional (Driver & Streufert, 1969; Jacoby, Speller, & Kohn, 1974; Miller, 1960).
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