Exam Review.docx - Exam Review Cognition Blindsight = can\u2019t see anything but still has a sense of what is happening Spatial neglect = totally ignoring

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Exam Review - Cognition Blindsight = can’t see anything, but still has a sense of what is happening Spatial neglect = totally ignoring on side of space, no idea what is happening Isomorphism : mind and brain may not have a 1 to 1 correspondance, but they have a similar structure other scientists believe that there is a 1 to 1 connection between a neuron and a function/experience abstract structures are the same serial effect : where someone is in a list influences how you remember stuff primacy(supported by LTM) and recency effect (supported by STM) example of E,F,2,5 student, prof, eyes on page, eyes elsewhere easier that way = proves that more social thinkers instead of logical thinkers associative : whatever you’re seeing can’t make contact with concept of the thing you are seeing (can’t access concept in mind) aperceptive agnosia : perceptual system has a problem (perception problem) believed there were 36 geons in the world (they are fixed, but can be recognized Way we recognize objects if by deconstructing object in smaller geons
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  • Winter '08
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