How well do you pay attention to detail?

Attention and focus are such important skills that your memory cannot work well without them. Paying attention enables the brain to select certain sensory information to the exclusion of everything else.  In other words, if you attend to something closely and carefully, you will be less likely to forget that information.

Take a moment and consider that every day, we are bombarded with brand advertisements. Whether it’s the orange and pink sign of Dunkin’ Donuts or the red and white bulls eye of the Target stores; logos are pervasive. The question is how much attention do you pay to the makeup of these designs? Let’s test your attention skills with this challenge.  Can you discern the differences between the correct logo images from the ones that have been tweaked to fool you?