We report a relation with the time which human thought was seeing the object and the time which human was actually looking at. We conducted experiment of the difference of the ranking which subjects thought was seeing the object and the ranking which subjects were looking at, considering a new idea combining two or more products. The results show the tendency that there was a difference of the ranking of which subjects thought was seeing the object and the ranking which subjects were looking at.
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