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Psyc 1101 Sensation and Perception II June 8, 2010
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Outline Go over quiz Review Perception Talk about Sensation Questions regarding the exam
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Quiz Review 1. Lateralization of function and topographic representations. Lateralization: Certain functions of brain performed by one side of the brain. -Split brain patients -Penfield (somatosensory and motor cortex)
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Quiz Review 1. Lateralization of function and topographic representations. Topographic: map corresponding to regions of body. -neurons next to each other in peripheral nervous system are next to each other in cortex. -Cortical regions dedicated to certain area not one-to-one representation.
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Quiz Review 2.Video -Highly controlled experiment
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Some Comments on Research Ethics IRBs (institutional review boards) Right to privacy Confidentiality versus anonymity Informed Consent Participants make a knowledgeable decision to participate. Risk benefit ratio
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Ethics and the Nuremberg Code Few deaths could save many lives. Led to requirement of informed consent However, psychology still allows deceit see Millgram (1960s). -falls on the IRB
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Animal Research Extensive guidelines are required to keep and perform tests on animals. “Without using animals for research and training future researchers, we cannot make progress in understanding and treating diseases”. – N. Carlson So far has helped (in psychology): parkinsons disease, manic-depression, anxiety, OCD, anorexia, obesity, and addictions,
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Quiz Review 4.Unconscious processing -Subliminal advertising -Semantic priming -Activation of beliefs
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Outline Go over quiz Review Perception Talk about Sensation Questions regarding the exam
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Perception Top-down processing organizes sensations into meaningful wholes.
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Gestalt Psychology Perception is an active process and one in which we seek out meaning from our senses.
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