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PSYC20007 - Cognitive Psychology H1 Notes

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Behavioural sciences Cognitive science Neuroscience Perception Attention Cognition Psychology Cognitive psychology Object-based attention Extinction Negative priming Visual search
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Behavioural sciences Cognitive science Neuroscience Perception Attention Cognition Psychology Cognitive psychology Object-based attention Extinction Negative priming Visual search
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● Cognitive abilities = Intelligence ● Sense and act on the environment ● Mental models to represent the causal structure of their environment ● Feedback from their behaviour changes their mental models ● Mental models guide future behaviour Computational metaphor of cognition ● Cognition as a flow of information through processing devices that encode, stare and retrieve symbolic representations of knowledge. ● Brain = hardware Mind = software ● Cognition like operations of computer ● ________________ Define mental representation Classical Cognition ● Thought processes reflect the mental manipulation of symbols according to syntactic rules for combining those symbols. ● Symbols = our knowledge of things and concepts, concepts can relate to each other Concepts<dog> Properties<in> ● Syntactic rules ...
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