11-11-05 - Perception and Classical Conditioning

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Perception and Classical Learning 11/11/05 1. Rumor Transmission a. Sharpening – focusing in on very specific details b. Leveling – Dropping details c. Cultural Assimilation 2. Face Time – what are people thinking? a. Composite of right halves of face is pleasant b. Left halves composite is sinister c. Left side == private side of the face (controlled by right hemisphere – the emotion hemisphere) 3. What is he/she thinking? a. The Clinton Statement – example of looking at left/right face 4. a. Eyes dilating when looking at a playboy bunny b. Thus, relationship between attitude and pupil dilatation c. Hess’s Study: women dilate when looking at maternal images and male porn, men dilate when looking at female porn d. People generally prefer people with more dilated eyes 5. Subliminal Perception a. Overview i. Considered to be subliminal when it is perceived correctly less than 50% of them time it is presented ii. When exposed to a happy word, people saw a neutral face as happy and visa versa. b.
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