Perceptual Processes


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Perceptual Processes

INTRODUCTION

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PATTERN RECOGNITION

BASIC PHENOMENA

THEORIES OF PATTERN RECOGNITION

TEMPLATE-MATCHING THEORY

THEORETICAL SHORTCOMINGS

PROTOTYPE MODELS

DISTINCTIVE-FEATURES MODELS

THEORETICAL SHORTCOMINGS

COMPUTATIONAL MODELS

Recognition by Components Theory

TOP-DOWN PROCESSING

WORD SUPERIORITY EFFECT

EXPERIENCE AND PATTERN RECOGNITION

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ATTENTION

ATTENTIONAL PHENOMENA

SELECTIVE ATTENTION

SELECTIVE ATTENTION

DIVIDED ATTENTION

THEORIES OF ATTENTION

BOTTLENECK THEORIES

BROADBENT'S FILTER THEORY

TREISMAN'S (1964) ATTENUATION MODEL

AUTOMATIC VS CONTROLLED PROCESSING

Kahneman's Capacity Model

FEATURE INTEGRATION THEORY

CONSCIOUSNESS


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