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This we have since seen to be highly reasonable if we consider the information transmitted through the man, since the latter will ultimately be limited by the size of his nervous system. Secondly, we found much evidence that increase in the amount of information per message made listening more difficult; in particular, when messages were chosen from a larger ensemble they interfered more even though they might be physically the same. This finding also has a reasonable interpretation in view of the definition of information we have since considered.
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The number numerals were easier than the alphabets, and when a numeral sequence was given with an alphabet the latter was less affected than the former. This applied whichever sense received the type of material. Mowbray's second experiment used prose passages of various levels of difficulty as assessed by a Flesch count (Flesch 1948). After passages were presented comprehension tests were given: once again the easier passages were the most afi"ected when given with more difficult ones. In this case, however, hearing was more affected than vision whereas in the previous work the two senses were equally affected.