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Consciousness Automaticity automatic processing: do not require attention automatic processes complete themselves without conscious control involves parallel processing reading (Stroop task) controlled processing: require attention
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Unformatted text preview: requires conscious control driving a car for the first time a process can be come automatic through extensive practice: learning to walk learning to drive Underwood (1974) - case study of Neville Moray (shadowing expert)...
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