PSY 1010 Lecture 10 Principies of Human Develpment
PSY 1010 Lecture 10 Principies of Human Develpment Psy 1010 (Psychology, Noa Ofen)
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Date Created: 02/18/16
Principles of human Development Rest of lecture 9 Our brain does complexity tasks many of this information which is parallel breaks things to smaller tasks for easier processing Lecture 10 Binding problem Refers to the process used by the brain to combine or bind the results of many sensory operations into a single percept This occurs for example when sensations of color shape boundary and texture are combined to produce the percept of a person39s face No one knows exactly how the brain does this Thus the binding problem is one of the major unsolved mysteries in psychology Feature integration theory Focused attention is not required to detect the individual features Attentional binding process Utilize brain structure in the ventral and especially the dorsal stream practical lobe Synesthesia Many involve a typical feature binding Illusory conjunction perceptual mistakes where features from multiple object are incorrectly combined Occur when features as color and shape are combined incorrectly Guess wrong color or letter Fraganlt d Illusmy mn um jnn ngurtad LEHer i ntmai in G l ur intruaimn Hiatura aws I Haumsuiien a
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