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M4 Quiz__________ refers to the cognitive linkbetween the limited amount ofinformation that we actually manipulatementally and the enormous amount ofinformation available through oursenses, our stored memories, and ourother cognitive processes.AttentionInformation that is available for cognitiveprocessing but that currently lies outsideof conscious awareness exists at the__________ level of awareness.PreconsciousWhile studying for an exam, Suzannelikes to keep the radio on. She quicklygets used to the music in thebackground and she scarcely notices it.Suzanne is showing _______.HabituationJessica usually puts on perfume in themorning. She has noticed that, althoughshe can smell the perfume on herselfimmediately after putting it on, she canbarely smell it the rest of the day. Yet,others around her can smell herperfume easily. Jessica is showing________.
__________ refers to a main task forwhich we use our attention, in which weprudently allocate our availableIn the making of a movie, any particularscene is often filmed several times. Nomatter how hard they try during theediting process, there is often some
discontinuity in the scenes (e.g., anobject suddenly changes location from
According to signal-detection theory,__________ refer to one of the possibleoutcomes, in which we incorrectlyidentify the presence of a signal that isone location to another). Failure tonotices these changes would be anexample of ______________.
actually absent.Which of the following is NOT a factorthat influences our ability to pay
You are watching your favorite TV showwhen a friend enters the room andattention?
wants to engage you in conversation.You really want to watch your show, butknow that you should attend to theconversation. You try to do both. This isan example of _______.What does research on attention stateabout multitasking?
Research on attention classifying tasksinto verbal and visual or spatial taskshave discovered this about attention.Two tasks that are verbal tasks tapthe same attention resource.Which of the following best describesthe dual-task paradigm used to studydivided attention in the laboratory?Participants are asked to watch a filmshowing two activities superimposedon one another.This model of selective attentionsuggests that 1) some higher levelprocessing of the information occursprior to informational filter, and 2) thestrength of the unattended stimuli isweaker than that for the attendedstimuli.Treisman’s attenuation modelThe __________ phenomenon refers tothe process of tracking one conversationin the face of the distraction of otherconversations.

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Term
Fall
Professor
MR. R
Tags
Memory processes, Broadbent

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