Sample Quiz 3

Sample Quiz 3 - Quiz 3 Sample Questions 1) In the Posner...

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Quiz 3 Sample Questions 1) In the Posner cuing paradigm, reaction times are typically fastest on __________ trials, intermediate on __________ trials, and slowest on __________ trials. a) Valid / neutral / invalid b) Neutral / valid / invalid c) Invalid / neutral / valid d) Neutral / invalid / valid 2) In the Posner cuing paradigm, a(n) _____ cue will automatically attract attention, whereas a(n) _____ cue will not. a) central / peripheral b) invalid / valid c) peripheral / central d) valid / invalid 3) Theories stating that attention operates after perception is complete are known as: a) bottleneck theories b) late selection theories c) resource allocation theories d) filtering theories 4) Which of the following experimental results was not evidence against Broadbent’s peripheral gate hypothesis of attention? a) Naming speeds for attended stimuli can be influenced by unattended visual stimuli. b) Reaction times were shown to be influenced by ignored features of a stimulus in the Stroop task c) Subjects can detect their own names in the ignored ear during a shadowing task d) Subjects are able to remember little or nothing from the ignored ear in a shadowing task 5) Which of the following is a conjunction search? a) Looking among blue and orange apples for a red apple. b) Looking among red and green apples for a yellow apple. c) Looking among red apples and green limes for a green apple. d) Looking among oranges and green apples for a red apple. 6) Which of the following is an example of a feature search? a) Looking for the Big Dipper in the night sky b) Looking for a yellow carton of milk in a refrigerator filled with yellow mustard containers and green orange juice cartons. c) Looking for a red apple in a bowl of green avocados d) Looking for a movie to watch on Saturday night 7) According to feature integration theory, which two of the following search tasks should require serial search? (1) The target differs from the distractors by a single feature such as color. (2) The target differs from the distractors by a conjunction of two or more features,
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course PSC 100 taught by Professor Hunt during the Spring '06 term at UC Davis.

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Sample Quiz 3 - Quiz 3 Sample Questions 1) In the Posner...

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