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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gabriela Saint-Louis on Tuesday September 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 3121 at George Washington University taught by Myeong-Ho Sohn in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see Memory and Cognition in Psychlogy at George Washington University.
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Date Created: 09/22/15
September 1 2015 Chapter 1 Behavioral Information processing approach 0 Stormberg experiement 100 replicability I Gives us opportunity to exercise how to approach cognition I come up with causal and not just correlation to output and input patterns 0 class experiment 0 set size ordering subitizing the ability to count immediately type of probe 0 serial position effect ex number presented first and last more memorable would have to assume set is being viewed left to right the opposite would be parallel position effect info is being scanned at once Reaction timecomparison does not change for parallel search vs serial I selfterminating for targetl serial position shouldn t matter if they stop search I exhaustive 0 set size if people perform parallel search the reaction time would produce a at line equal reaction time I for serial search the more you have to consider the more time increasing line I as size increases reaction time increases 0 type of probe foil stimulus that should be responded negatively or target positive I regardless of set size must consider all items in set to say no for target I exhaustive search looking for foils must consider all items and higher slope whether it s yes or no you still keep going through the entire memory set slopes are same for yes and no if decision making is same then we can predict same slope I selfterminating search looking for target as soon as you reach the target you can end the search slope will not be as steep as in the no trials Yes trials on average has less number of comparisons comparison entails decisionmaking can skip rest of search and produceresult 0 two components of stimulants I Probe target F0i1n0t part of trial
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