02-19 Lecture Slides (Final)

Late selection it depends on the task demand 2 21913

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Unformatted text preview: Sustained Attention (Vigilance) Metaphors of Attention (covered on 02/14) n༆  Auditory selective attention n༆  Dichotic listening paradigm ¨༊  ¨༊  n༆  “Filter” People typically notice the physical characteristic, not the meaning, of the unattended message Early vs. late selection ¨༊  It depends on the task demand 2 2/19/13 Metaphors of Attention (covered on 02/14) n༆  Visual selective attention ¨༊  n༆  Flexible “spotlight” Visual selective attention ¨༊  “Glue” needed to temporarily bind together separately processed features Item in the Perceptual world properties n༆  n༆  Movable Can flexibly change the width of focus Perception of an object Color Shape Attention Simple- Feature Search vs. Conjoint Search Conjoint search: Strong effect of distractor size No attentional glue needed (only single feature is needed for the search) Single-feature search: the pop-out effect Attentional glue needed to bind multiple features together ZAPS #3: Visual Search Results Visual Search Class: CQ46GK6X Section 2 Data Simple Search Target absent Target absent Target present V...
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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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