TB6 P&C Lecture 2; Visual Search

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1. What is actually found for type distinct searches?

  • A UNImodal distribution of slope values
  • A BImodal distribution of slope values
  • A NORMAL distribution of slope values
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2. What does an IDEAL slope have?

  • Nonlinear present and absent search function relationship and slope of present is roughly double that of absent search
  • Nonlinear present and absent search function relationship and slope of present is roughly half that of absent search
  • Linear present and absent search function relationship and slope of present is roughly half that of absent search
  • Linear present and absent search function relationship and slope of present is roughly double that of absent search

3. In the 'two attentional pathways and semantic guidance' model (Wolfe et al, 2011), What are the 3 stages?

  • Higher semantic information (high recovery effect) --> Selective pathway v.s non-selective pathway
  • Basic visual properties (high recovery effect) --> Selective pathway v.s non-selective pathway
  • Basic visual properties (low recovery effect) --> Selective pathway v.s non-selective pathway
  • Higher semantic information (low recovery effect) --> Selective pathway v.s non-selective pathway

4. In the 'two attentional pathways and semantic guidance' model (Wolfe et al, 2011), what does the selective pathway lead to?

  • Recognition
  • Semantic guidanance
  • Non-specific gist recovery
  • Selective bottleneck

5. What was found in a threat detection study by Tipples et al (2002)?

  • Only found animal superiority effect
  • The study was poorly controlled, so much so that no conclusions could be drawn
  • Aswell as threat 'pop-out', found an animal superiority effect for threat (not well controlled)
  • Only found threat pop out

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