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Study Guide for Psyc 135 Test 1

Study Guide for Psyc 135 Test 1 - Inverted face perception...

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Study Guide for Psyc 135 Test 1, S 10 Amnesia Introspection Behaviorism Cognitive revolution Transandental method Working memory Confusion in memory Articulatory loop rehearsal Subvocalization Brain imaging CT, PET, MRI, and fMRI Capgras syndrome Ipsalateral and contralateral connections Motor and sensory projections Aphasia Rods and Cones Fovea Edge enhancement Dendrite, cell body, axon, terminal bud, and synapse The binding problem Necker cube Tachistoscope Recognition threshold Word superiority effect Habituation of detectors Word and bigram familiarity
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Unformatted text preview: Inverted face perception “top down” and “bottom up” processing feature-net model dichotic listening selective attention change blindness priming Searchlight model of attention Late selection view of attention Practice effects Stroop effect Processing resources Measures used in cognitive research Absolute and relative refractory periods Visual search Speed of neural firing and transmission Motion aftereffects Sound pitch and location coding Human blind spot Theories of color vision...
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