Examples here: http:/viscog.beckman.uiuc.edu/djs_lab/demos.html
Write down the number of passes you saw
Did you notice anything unusual? A gorilla walked through the middle of the scene!
Chapter 1: Cognitive Psychology: An Introduction January 26, Master Click to edit 2010 subtitle style
Cognition & Memory?
Mental events & knowledge used when:
Recognizing an object Remembering a name Having an idea Understanding a sentence Solving
Study Guide for Social Pysc Exam III
Milgram Studies- know the basics, what it was, It was focused on obedience because without it, it
would be chaos, (parents, teachers, and law enforcement). We are socialized to obey legitimate
1.) In terms of rights and duties, what point is Thomson intending to make with the violinist-
Thomson is intending to show how peoples rights are most of the time violated by other for
their own benefit. Once you come to the realizat
CHAPTER 1: INTRO TO COGNTIVE PSYCHOLOGY
THE COMPLEXITY OF COGNITION:
Cognitive psychology is a branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of
everything pertaining to the mind and cognition, or thought processes.
Complex domain studied acr
Which part of the brain is important for both touch and vision?
a. temporal lobe
b. occipital lobe
c. parietal lobe
Receptors are found
a. in every neuron.
b. in lower levels of the nervous system.
c. in higher levels of the n
With the Stroop effect, you would expect to find longest response times when
a. the shape and the name matched.
b. the color and the name differed.
c. the color and the name matched.
d. the shape and the name differed.
Reaction time refers to
Which of the following is an example of an effect of top-down processing?
a. the response of a feature detector
b. perceiving all of the birds in a flock as belonging together
c. seeing a flash of lightning in a thunderstorm
d. speech segmentat