Take a look at this illustration. What was the first thing you noticed?
According to psychologists, the response might tell a lot about how our minds operate. It is also vital to consider how quickly you can “switch” between the two creatures.
Experts say that persons with a creative mindset may notice both a rabbit and a duck virtually simultaneously and flip between them fast.
When it comes to youngsters, the findings vary depending on the time of year. So, at Easter, they are more likely to encounter a rabbit, and in October, they are more likely to see a duck.
In 1892, a German journal published the optical illusion ‘Kaninchen und Ente’ (German for ‘Rabbit and Duck’). It gained fresh traction in 1899 when American psychologist Joseph Jastrow published his notion that humans “see” not just with their eyes, but also with their thoughts.
This picture is still popular today, more than a century later, and has found new life via social media.
So, what do you see?