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PSYC2050 Final Exam Study Notes 2017 (Lectures 1 - 12)

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Document contains 40 pages worth of notes from lectures 1-12 of psyc2050. I achieved a grade of 7 when I completed this subject in 2017 using these notes for the final exam. For each lecture the learning objectives are highlighted and their answers highlighted underneath.

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Neuropsychology Cognitive science Neuroscience Cognition Attention Perception Cognitive tests Neuropsychological tests Visual search Attentional blink Baddeley's model of working memory Rapid serial visual presentation
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Topics this document covers:
Neuropsychology Cognitive science Neuroscience Cognition Attention Perception Cognitive tests Neuropsychological tests Visual search Attentional blink Baddeley's model of working memory Rapid serial visual presentation
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Outline structural and capacity ideas about limits on attention 3. Differentiate feature and conjunction search and outline Feature Integration Theory 4. Evidence of endogenous control in visual curing tasks 5. Give rationale of rapid visual presentation, describe AB and evaluate popular theoretical explanation of effect. Capturing attention • Sudden onset • Intense • Unexpected • Stimuli sharing features with targets are more likely to capture attention vs personal goals ie. Red umbrella in red objects Selective Attention – select an object to attend to and discard/ignore other information • in the lab: involves asking participants (Ps) to respond to a relevant stimu lus and ignore a currently present irrelevant stimulus o For example: Stroop test – name colour not word – bottom-up process Divided attention – divide attention over two or more concur...
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