Twenty-five years ago when I was an undergraduate, I learned about a psychological phenomenon called “adaptation to stimulus”. This means, for example, that if you rest your hand on a table, at first you are highly aware of the table, but very soon the physical sensation of its hard, smooth surface disappears. In much the same way, if you buy a new pair of shoes, the first few times you wear them you are suffused with a feeling...
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