Change blindness is a psychological phenomenon that occurs when a change in a visual stimulus goes unnoticed by the observer. The reasons these changes usually remain unnoticed by the observer include obstructions in the visual field, eye movements, a change of location, or a lack of attention. The brain regions that have been observed as active during change blindness are the prefrontal lobe, the fusiform face area, the pulvinar, the cerebellum, the inferior temporal gyrus, the parietal lobe, and the frontal lobe.
For example, an individual fails to notice a difference between two images that are identical except for one difference. That is change Blindness.
by NextNapoleon September 17, 2013