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CogLab on a CD, Version 2.0

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780495090649

ISBN10:
0495090646
Media:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/2/2007
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

CogLab gives both students and instructors the chance to participate as subjects in classic experiments of cognitive psychology. CogLab on CD-ROM gives students access to complete the experiments without an Internet connection or a web browser, while CogLab online allows instructors to combine data across all of their students, to have class averages automatically calculated, and to make those averages available to students. Instructors who choose the CD-ROM version can download a program that will allow them to combine and calculate class averages of data generated by their students. (For a complete description of the online and CD-ROM versions, visit the CogLab Web site at http://coglab.wadsworth.com/).

Table of Contents

Introduction to CogLabp. 3
Getting Started with CogLabp. 4
The CogLab Main Windowp. 5
Running a CogLab Experimentp. 6
CogLab Helpp. 10
Experiments
Attentional Blinkp. 12
Change Detectionp. 15
Simon Effectp. 17
Spatial Cueingp. 20
Stroop Effectp. 23
Apparent Motionp. 26
Garner Interferencep. 28
Muller-Lyer Illusionp. 31
Signal Detectionp. 34
Visual Searchp. 37
Brain Asymmetryp. 40
Blind Spotp. 43
Receptive Fieldsp. 46
Metacontrast Maskingp. 50
Modality Effectp. 53
Partial Reportp. 55
Suffix Effectp. 58
Brown-Petersonp. 60
Position Errorp. 63
Sternberg Searchp. 66
Irrelevant Speech Effectp. 69
Memory Spanp. 72
Operation Spanp. 75
Phonological Similarity Effectp. 78
Encoding Specificityp. 81
Levels of Processingp. 84
Serial Positionp. 88
Von Restorff Effectp. 91
False Memoryp. 93
Forgot-It-All-Along Effectp. 96
Remember/Knowp. 99
Link Wordp. 102
Mental Rotationp. 105
Categorical Perception - Identificationp. 108
Categorical Perception - Discriminationp. 111
Lexical Decisionp. 114
Word Superiorityp. 117
Absolute Identificationp. 120
Implicit Learningp. 123
Prototypesp. 126
Monty Hallp. 129
Decision Makingp. 132
Risky Decisionsp. 134
Typical Reasoningp. 137
Wason Selection Taskp. 140
Glossaryp. 143
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