unattended stimuli Deaf people with hearing aids Divided attention Participants

Unattended stimuli deaf people with hearing aids

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unattended stimuli Deaf people with hearing aids § Divided attention: Participants attend to all stimuli. This informs us about processing limitations and attentional capacity Objects in the real world have multiple features Attention is the glue required for conjunctive search Multi-tasking is divided attention Object tracking reveals limits of divided attention
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Object tracking reveals limits of divided attention The costs of not paying attention (bus driver, train operator, airport security scanners) What conditions lead to reduced alertness, improper selected focus, and lac vigilance in a work setting? Situations where things become automatic - too comfortable (bus driver wit the same route everyday) 1. What guidelines can reduce errors an accidents? Add variety (giving bus driver different routes) 2. Tutorial Controlled Automatic Characteristics Slow and effortful Fast and unconscious Example Multiple choice question Someone talking in a blow horn Congruent Word reading is automatic Incongruent Colour identification requires controlled processing You would preform better on 25% congruent and 75% incongruent because you a using controlled processing to say the colour of the word With 75% congruent and 25% incongruent you would realize the colours are same at the word and you would begin rely on your automatic processing an get stooped up on the 25% of incongruent words Dual (dichotic) listening Listening to two things at once and only attending to one Information → early physical filter → late semantic filter → further processi Dual filter weighs information on physical cues and evaluates for meaning Single filter model Information → physical filter → further processing Filtering in only the information you are attending to
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Filtering in only the information you are attending to Spotlight and filter models work differently: Spotlight Filter ↑ processes of relevant information ↓ processing of irrelevant information Primarily visual cues Primarily auditory cues Ex. Shining a spotlight on computer to see it Ex. Turn off lights in the room to see computer Single and dual filter models works differently: Single filter Dual filer ↓ processing of all unattended information processing irrelevant information Cocktail party effect Cocktail party effect and breakthrough Ex. Cocktail party Ex. Someone shouting name
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