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Unformatted text preview: which function (zaps it) on every person Lucid on ABC news: EEG research. All neuroimaging are correlation , not cause/effect Behavioral Measures Mental chronometry: response time (RT), accuracy , eye movement Assumptions: 1) Neural activity underlines cognition 2) Functions can be localized 3) Mental representations are stable 4) System (Brain) is stable 5) Behavorial tasks tap directly into the workings of specialized brain functions Analytic reductionism: Breaking down into small components ex. image of sea ( how do we see shapes/color etc) Perception: Chapter 3 Sensation: stimulus detection (touch/light) Perception: interpretation of sensation (loud/dry) Senses: Visual- Light Auditory- Sound Touch pressure (tactile) Taste (gustatory) Smell (olfaction) Vestibular (posture) Somatosensory Vision: Myths 1) Seeing as a faithful record (optical illusions) 2) Vision is passive 3) The eyes see...
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