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Results - General Conclusions about Consciousness • not...

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Results: only the unconsciously perceived faces influenced ratings of the ideographs when Ss in the 4 ms group "saw" smiling faces --> "good" concept when Ss in the 4 ms group "saw" scowling faces --> "bad" concept no difference between types of faces for the 1000 ms group Conclusions: Ss were able to ignore faces and not let them influence their ratings --> controlled processing unconsciously perceived faces influenced ratings --> automatic processing
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Unformatted text preview: General Conclusions about Consciousness • not necessary to be aware of incoming information for it to affect our performance • automatic processing (unlike controlled processing) of information is often related to a lack of conscious awareness • automatic processing (unlike controlled) of information is often not detected in verbal reports • we will see more about consciousness in higher level cognitive processing!!...
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