10_Sleep - Announcements Todays Plan Exams and papers returned next Tuesday Extra Credit#3 due today(better late than never Experiment

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2/22/11 1 Announcements • Exams and papers returned next Tuesday • Extra Credit #3 due today (better late than never) • Experiment Participation Worksheet 1 Today’s Plan • Conscious vs. unconscious processing • Sleep – Sleep cycle – Sleep deprivation – Function of sleep 2 • the state of being conscious; awareness of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc. • the mental activity of which a person is aware as contrasted with unconscious mental processes. • Philosophy. the mind or the mental faculties as characterized by thought, feelings, and volition. What is consciousness? (from dictionary.com) 3 Freud’s Concept of the Unconscious Consciousness – tip of the iceberg Conscious – Unconscious conflict 4 Cognitive Unconscious • Unconscious information processing • Basic sensory processing • Automatic processing – Habitual behavior 5 Cognitive Unconscious • Classical Conditioning • Priming – Sensitivity to stimuli due to prior experience – Examples • Lexical decision task – doctor - nurse • Word stem completion A _ _ A _ _ I N • Anything we are not aware of – Introspection illusion 6
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2/22/11 2 Introspection Illusion: Why did you pick that? Nisbett & Wilson (1977)
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10_Sleep - Announcements Todays Plan Exams and papers returned next Tuesday Extra Credit#3 due today(better late than never Experiment

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