HPSLSQ89to98 - HUMAN PROBLEM SOLVING 11/15/2010 LECTURE...

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HUMAN PROBLEM SOLVING 11/15/2010 LECTURE STUDY QUESTIONS for Lecture on Ch.6 L.89. According to Donder’s, how do the tasks of simple reaction time and discrimination reaction time differ? L.90. What was the import for the study of thinking of Helmholtz’ efforts to measure neural speed in frogs and humans? L.91. Donder’s subtracts the mean time to respond in a simple reaction time experiment from the mean time to respond in a discrimination reaction time experiment. How does he interpret the difference? L.92. What is the study of high speed scanning in the Sternberg task about? What does Sternberg mean by serial processing? What information processing strategy differentiates self-terminating versus exhaustive search in serial processing? L.93 What sort of data led Sternberg to believe that high speed scanning was an exhaustive versus self-terminating process? L.94. Consider the Broadbent experiment where a subject listens to three pairs of digits (numbers between 1 and 9) each presented simultaneously, one to the left ear and
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