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How does cell phone use affects driving?

How does cell phone use affects driving?

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PSYC3226 Exam1 Study Guide 


How does cell phone use affect driving?



Cognitive Psychology

Historical background

Structuralism

Behaviorism 

Cognitive Revolution

Transcendental method

Types or measures

Sources of data 

Neuropsychology 

Methods of measurement 

Parts of the brain 

Cortex

Neuron 

Capgras syndrome 

FFA & PPA 

Visual system (eye to V1) 

Latent inhibition 

Edge enhancement 

Center­surround 

Receptive fields of V1 

Parallel processing 

What & Where pathways 

Binding problem 


What is the relationship between attention and eye movements?



Sensation & perception 

Top­down & bottom­up processing 

Necker cube 

Figure­ground 

Gestalt Psychology 

Perceptual Constancy 

Binocular depth cues 

Monocular depth cues 

Motion depth cues 

Redundancy & Flexibility 

Perception & recognition 

Accessibility, activation, frequency, probability, and expectation  Template theory 

Feature theory 

Pop out effect 

Forms of agnosia 

Word recognition 

Johnston & Dallas (1981) 

Repetition priming & priming effects 

Word superiority effect 


What is the process of dichotic listening?



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Feature nets Bigrams 

Accuracy & efficiency 

Distributed knowledge 

Connectivist model RBC model & Biederman Viewpoint dependent model  Prospagnosia 

Face recognition 

FFA 

Selective attention 

Shadowing Dichotic listening 

Fixation target & peripheral attention experiment 

Broadbent’s early filter model 

Treisman’s attenuation model Late filter model 

Cocktail party effect 

Treisman (1960) 

Line judgment experiment 

Kahneman’s Resource model 

Posner & Snyder (1975) 

Attention as a spotlight 

Spatial attention Eye movement & attention shifts 

Unilateral neglect syndrome 

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Divided attention 

Cell phones & driving 

Similarity of information 

Response selector 

Executive control

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