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Unformatted text preview: Exam 1 for Psyc 2145-003 Thursday, Sept 22, 2009 Instructor: Kim ' 45. The main difference between early and late selection models of attention is that inlg, SW, selection of stimuli for final processing doesn't occur,until'the information is analyzed for a. modality. meaning. c. phys1cal character1st1cs (1. location. 46. Colin Cherry' 5 experiment in which participants listened to two different messages, one presented to each ear d that peo l a: c on a m ssag n y 1f they are repeating it. , , W J could focus on one message and ignore the other one at the sametime. d. o n ocus age pr 0 r. 47. Which of the following is an experimental procedure used to study how attention affects the processing of competing stimuli? a. early selection b. filtering c. channeling . edichOtic listening 48. When Sam listens to his girlfriend Susan in the crowded restaurant and ignores other people's conversations, he is engaged in the process of _ attention. a. low load b. divided degraded c @elective 49. Chan e blindness @lllustratese the important role of attention 31 perception.\/ strat ' porta ma" / ntra ‘ of object bo aries. ”w d. B and c e. a and c qwmwd 50. In Treisman's "leaky filter" model of attention, which of the following is true: a. unattended messages are processed but are attenuated. b. attended messages are processed at full strength. c. dictionary units with low thresholds will be easily activated d. "important" dictionary units, such as one that represents your own name, will have low thresholds. .All of the above. ...
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