TB6 Perception & Cognition Overview

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  • TB6 P&C; Attention
    • Lecture 1; Models of attention
      • Constraints
        • Structural
        • Processing
        • Attentional Resources
      • Selective attention
        • Dichotic listening tasks
      • Filter theories
        • Early selection
        • Late selection
        • Broadbents Early filter model
        • Stimulus set v.s response sets
      • Perceptual load theory
      • Capacity models; alternatives to filter models
    • Lecture 2; Visual Search
      • Display set size on RT
        • Feature intergration theory
        • Search functions and feature search
        • Parallel v.s self terminating/ serial search
          • Search functions and feature search
      • Controlled v.s automatic processes
        • Type-distinct searches
      • Semantic guidance
      • Threat detection
        • Value-driven attentional capture
    • Lecture 3; Attentional control
      • Automatic v.s controlled processes
        • Dual task decrements
      • Consistent v.s varied mapping
      • Cues in attentional tasks
        • Valid v.s invalid cue trials
        • Predictive v.s unpredictive cue trials in tasks
        • Central vs peripheral
      • IRL cues
        • Visual spatial cuing
        • Eye-gaze cuing
        • Reflexive v.s voilitional cuing
      • Inhibition of return
    • Lecture 4; Multisensory Intergration and Cross-modal attention
      • Multisensory cells
        • The superadditive principle
      • Bimodal v.s unimodal stimuli
      • Cross-modal corres-pondence
        • Visual dominance
        • Ventriloquism
        • Visible Speech
          • The McGurk Effect
          • Bimodal v.s unimodal stimuli
      • Single v.s multiple attentional resources
    • Tutorial; Change Blindness

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