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DIF: Medium REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Understanding 24. All of the following describe differences between early-selection and late-selection models of attention EXCEPT
DIF: Difficult REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Analyzing25. In attention experiments, cues that correctly predict the location of the target are called ________, whereas cues that predict other locations are called ________.
DIF: Easy REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Remembering 26. Which of the following phenomena is the most consciously mediated?
DIF: Easy REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Remembering 27. The process of directing one’s attention to a specific external stimulus is called a. vigilance. c. orienting. b. arousal. d. extinction. ANS: C
DIF: Easy REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Remembering
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Cognitive Neuroscience, 4e, Gazzaniga, Ivry, Mangun, with Hernandez and Coutanche28. One finding demonstrated by the Posner spatial cuing task (1980) is that
DIF: Medium REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Understanding 29. The Posner spatial cuing task (1980) showed that cuing participants to the location of an upcoming target
DIF: Easy REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Remembering 30. Results of the Posner spatial cuing task showed that cuing participants to the location of an upcoming target decreased their reaction time to detect it because attention enhanced perceptual processing for the target. This finding is most consistent with ________ models of attention.
DIF: Medium REF: Models of Attention OBJ: LO 4 MSC: Understanding 31. You are working diligently in the chemistry laboratory when suddenly a small explosion occurs in the rear of the room, immediately and automatically capturing your attention. This is an example of a. inhibition of return. c. voluntary orienting.

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