TB6 P&C Lecture 1; Models of attention

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1. What is change blindness?

  • Failure to accurately switch between modalities in low load scenes
  • Failure to detect changes in the immediate visual scene
  • Failure to accurately switch between modalities in high load scenes
  • Failure to see highly visible objects even though we are looking at them
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2. Does the limited capacity channel in the filter model (P system) operate serially on a time-sensitive basis?

  • False, operates in parallel
  • True
  • False
  • False, is not time-sensitive

3. What was the finding of Gray & Wedderburn (1960) in a split-span procedure?

  • Subjects did not group any items
  • Subjects grouped items for recall on the basis of meaning
  • Subjects grouped items for recall on the basis of physical properties

4. What is the difference between the early filter model and the filter attenuation model?

  • "The attended message is eradicated and the unattended message takes its place"
  • Although the unattended message is not fully analysed for meaning, small familiar info (e.g names) can get through to deep analysis
  • Although the unattended message is fully analysed for meaning, small familiar info (e.g names) can get through to deep analysis

5. Which is the most effective in terms of selection?

  • Stimulus set = Response set
  • Stimulus set > Response set
  • Stimulus set < Response set

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