PSY_1_Thinking

PSY_1_Thinking - Thinking Digital Computer vs. Brain...

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Thinking
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Digital Computer vs. Brain Inorganic (Si, GaAs) Taught Fixed hardware Can’t repair itself Tool Non-adaptive software Organic (C, O, N) Can teach itself Grows own circuits Repairs itself (somewhat) Agent Adaptive software Digital Computer Brain
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Areas Where the Brain Takes Shortcuts Perception Imagination Forming Concepts Making Decisions
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Areas Where the Brain Takes Shortcuts Perception Imagination Forming Concepts Making Decisions
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Automatization in Perception Necker Cube
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Automatization in Perception
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Top-Down Processing: Experience Affects Perception
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Impossible Figures
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M. C. Escher’s Use of Impossible Figures
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M. C. Escher’s Use of Impossible Figures
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M. C. Escher’s Use of Impossible Figures
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Stroop Effect The interference between automatized and deliberate ways of thinking.
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Areas Where the Brain Takes Shortcuts Perception Imagination Forming Concepts Making Decisions
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Areas Where the Brain Takes Shortcuts Perception Imagination Forming Concepts Making Decisions
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