Seven may be a wonder but four is just about the limit for your brain processes

Seven may be a wonder but four is just about the limit for your brain processes

Seven may be a wonder but four is just about the limit for your brain processes.

Sydney scientist has challenged the long-held wisdom that seven is the “magical” number of new things the brain can process at one time. When people were asked to repeat random list of letters, words or numbers, confusion set in after four, an analysis by University of NSW psychiatry professor Gordon Parker found.