PSY303 exam 3 clickers

PSY303 exam 3 clickers - 17 SHORT-TERM RETRIEVAL WHEN A...

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17 SHORT-TERM RETRIEVAL WHEN A 3-MONTH OLD INFANT IS TRAINED TO KICK TO A TEST MOBILE AND IS BRIEFLY SHOWN THAT TEST MOBILE 13 DAYS LATER AS A REMINDER The infant kicks in response to the training mobile when it is shown 72 hours after the reminder WHEN AN INFANT IS REMINDED BY BEING SHOWN THE TARGET OF AN ACTION The retention interval for the reminder is as long as for the original training. - Once the memory of the training mobile was reactivated, it was forgotten at least as slowly as when the infant had first been trained to recognize it. WHEN AN INFANT IS REMINDED BY BEING SHOWN THE TARGET OF AN ACTION For a one-year-old, it is effective within a second - Time to retrieve the memory after a reminder: 3 month-old = 72 hours; 6 month-old = 4 hours; 12 month-old = <1 second WHEN AN INFANT IS REMINDED BY BEING SHOWN THE TARGET OF AN ACTION It is effective for as long as the original training session was effective IF ALL FEATURES ARE COMPARED IN PARALLE, THEN DIFFERENT RT WOULD BE WHICH FUNCTION OF NUMBER OF FEATURE DIFFERENCES RT would decrease as function of number of differences IN IMMEDIATE RECOGNITION OF SMALL SETS, RT INCREASE LINEARLY AS A FUNCTION OF STUDY SET SIZE For both targets and distracters in high PI condition WHEN AN OBSERVER IS ASKED TO RESPOND WHETEHR PROBE WAS MEMBER OF PRESENTED SET OF ITEMS…MAKES RESPONSE ON RECENCY THEN, RT is not a linear function of study set-size for target or distracter 18 RECOGNITION JUDGEMENT TO MEASURE RECOGNITION, Both hits and false alarms must be counted
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CHANGE IN CRITERION RESULTS IN CHANGE IN Both hits and false alarms TO MEASURE RECOGNITION: Either hits or misses and either correct rejection or false alarms must be counted - Friend: hit vs miss; stranger: false alarm vs correct rejection; hit + false alarm = sensitivity RAISING THE RESPONSE CRITERION RESULTS IN Both fewer hits and fewer false alarms AN ACCURATE PERCIEVER OF A STIMULUS WILL BE A PERSON WHO HAS A high number of hits and low number of false alarms WHO CAN DISCRIMINATE? 60%H, 35%FA 60%H, 60%FA 35%H, 60%FA - Hits > false alarms WHO CAN DISCRIMINATE BETTER? 60%H, 40%FA
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course PSYCHLOGY 303 taught by Professor Musolino during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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