Consciousness

Consciousness - Consciousness Chap 6 Consciousness...

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Consciousness Chap 6
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Consciousness Subjective awareness of internal & external events. What you’re thinking Here and now
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Attention Sets priorities for mental function Research began in 1950s Dichotic listening
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Dichotic Listening Attention task Different messages presented in each ear Task-listen and repeat one Ignore the other Also ½ & ½ Ex: Mary had a. ....(in other ear) little lamb Remember very little about unattended message
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Cocktail Party Effect Tendency to notice when someone says your name
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Automaticity Fast and effortless processing that requires little to no attention Reading Talking Walking Do you remember how you got to class?
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Subliminal influences Do messages get through our conscious awareness? No.
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Amazing what we don’t notice http://www.youtube.com/watch? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvohDaA RT # of tangents/destinations Pop out
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Visual Neglect Attention disorder – tendency to ignore things on one side of the body
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ADHD Difficulties: concentrating Sustaining attention 3-5% of all children usually treated with Ritalin
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Sleeping & Dreaming Sleep- maybe different state of consciousness Brain is very active in sleep Although no longer aware of external world
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