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Coglab Student Manual for Thirty-Two Experiments, 2002-2003,9780534574109

Coglab Student Manual for Thirty-Two Experiments, 2002-2003

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3rd
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9780534574109

ISBN10:
0534574106
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/21/2002
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Wadsworth Publishing
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Summary

Part I: ATTENTION. 1. Attention Blink. 2. Simon Effect. 3. Spatial Cueing. 4. Stroop Effect. Part II: PERCEPTION. 5. Apparent Motion. 6. Muller-Lyer. 7. Signal Detection. 8. Visual Search. Part III: NEUROCOGNITION. 9. Brain Asymmetry. 10. Mapping the Blind Spot. 11. Receptive Fields. Part IV: SENSORY MEMORY. 12. Metacontract Masking. 13. Modality Effect. 14. Partial Report. 15. Suffix Effect. Part V: SHORT-TERM MEMORY. 17. Irrelevant Speech Effect. 18. Memory Span. 19. Operation Span. 20. Position Error. 21. Sternberg Search. Part VI: MEMORY PROCESSES. 22. Encoding Specificity. 23. False Memory. 24. Forgot It All Along. 25. Remember/Know. 26. Serial Position. 27. Von Restorff Effect. Part VII: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE. 28. Categorical Perception-Identification. 29. Categorical Perception-Discrimination. 30. Lexical Decision. 31. Word Superiority. Part VIII: CONCEPTS. 32. Absolute Identification. 33. Implicit Learning. 34. Mental Rotation. 35. Prototypes. Part IX: JUDGEMENT. 36. Monty Hall. 37. Risky Decisions. 38. Typical Reasoning. 39. Wason Selection Task.

Table of Contents

Part I: ATTENTION
1. Attention Blink
2. Simon Effect
3. Spatial Cueing
4. Stroop Effect
Part II: PERCEPTION
5. Apparent Motion
6. Muller-Lyer
7. Signal Detection
8. Visual Search
Part III: NEUROCOGNITION
9. Brain Asymmetry
10. Mapping the Blind Spot
11. Receptive Fields
Part IV: SENSORY MEMORY
12. Metacontract Masking
13. Modality Effect
14. Partial Report
15. Suffix Effect
Part V: SHORT-TERM MEMORY
17. Irrelevant Speech Effect
18. Memory Span
19. Operation Span
20. Position Error
21. Sternberg Search
Part VI: MEMORY PROCESSES
22. Encoding Specificity
23. False Memory
24. Forgot It All Along
25. Remember/Know
26. Serial Position
27. Von Restorff Effect
Part VII: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE
28. Categorical Perception-Identification
29. Categorical Perception-Discrimination
30. Lexical Decision
31. Word Superiority
Part VIII: CONCEPTS
32. Absolute Identification
33. Implicit Learning
34. Mental Rotation
35. Prototypes
Part IX: JUDGEMENT
36. Monty Hall
37. Risky Decisions
38. Typical Reasoning
39. Wason Selection Task


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