Perception, Attention,

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Perception, Attention, Encoding, and Performance Project Michelle Ambler, Yolanda Leday, Michaila Shaak, & Sarah Wistie PSYCH/640 September 20, 2015 Dr. Kathleen Hughes PhD.
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For Example: Choices under layout on top left.
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Attention Attention and Perception Perception works better when with attention Do you see the baby? Part of cognitive processes
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Perception Visual Perception Massive amount of information Processing small amounts of knowledge Brain/eyes work hand in hand (50%)
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Are the middle circles the same size?
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What do you see?
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Visual Processing and Encoding stanley.gatech.edu
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Memory Encoding Incoming Memory Encoding Storage Retrieval stanley.gatech.edu
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