04-02 Lecture Slides (Final)

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Unformatted text preview: Instructions: 1. Press the Start button to start the experiment. 2. Focus on the middle of the screen. 3. Start with your left and right index fingers on the c- and m-keys, respectively. Two objects appear. If the objects are mirror images of each other, press the c-key. If the objects are not mirror images (that is, they are identical), press the m-key. http://wwnorton.com/college/psych/zaps/premium/ZAPs/mentalrotation_3d.res/print.html Page 1 of 3 3 4/2/13 ZAPs Class Data Viewer PM 4/1/13 2:41 ZAPs Class Data Viewer 4/1/13 2:40 PM 8th ZAPS Assignment: Mental Rotation 3- D Mental Rotation 3-D Class: CQ46GK6X Mental Rotation 3-D Section 2 Results Class: RQ46L97G Section 3 Results Response time was linearly related to the degree of rotation required http://www.wwnorton.com/college/psych/zaps/class_data/mentalrotation_3d_monitor.html Page 1 of 1 http://www.wwnorton.com/college/psych/zaps/class_data/mentalrotation_3d_monitor.html Page 1 of 1 Picture- like Properties of Imagery n༆  Like real pictures, it is possible to: (2) manipulate mental images n༆  Mental paper folding The larger the number of folds, the longer it takes to complete the mental folding task Picture- like Properties of Imagery n༆  Like real pictures, it is possible to: Eyebrows? A beak? (3) scale mental images n༆  Imagining objects in diﬀerent sizes It takes longer to respond if the image you created is small 4 4/2/13 Picture- like Properties of Imagery n༆  Like real pictures, it is possible to: (1) scan mental images n༆  Mental scanning of a ﬁctitious island (2) manipulate mental images n༆  n༆  Mental rotation Mental paper folding (3) scale mental images n༆  Imagining objects in diﬀerent sizes Imagery has some characteristics analogous to perception! Non- Picture- Like Properties of Vi...
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## This note was uploaded on 02/18/2014 for the course PSYC 2145 taught by Professor Cheriking during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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