[1973] Information Processing

Course ID
Volume 04
Title
Information Processing
Year of publication
1973
Editor(s)
S. Kornblum
City of publication
London - New York - San Francisco

Contents:

 

Topic 1 – SELECTIVE ATTENTION Page#
N. MORAY and M. FITTER, A theory and the measurement of attention: Tutorial review 3
M. L. POSNER and R. M. KLEIN, On the functions of consciousness 21
A. T. WELFORD, Attention, strategy, and reaction time: A tentative metric 37
W.G. KOSTER and R. VAN SCHUUR, The influence of the intensity of tone bursts on the psychological refractory period 55
D. LABERGE, Identification of two components of the time to switch attention: A test of a serial and a parallel model of attention 71
R. A. KINCHLA, Selective processes in sensory Memory: A probe-comparison procedure 87
A. M. TREISMAN and A. DAVIES, Divided attention to ear and eye 101
S. DORNIC, Order error in attended and non-attended tasks 119
 

 

Topic 2 – PHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF ATTENTION AND PERFORMANCE Page#
H. G. VAUGHAN Jr. and W. RITTER, Physiologic approaches to the analysis of attention and performance: Tutorial review 129
R. NAATANEN, The inverted-U relationship between activation and performance: A critical review 155
L. KARLIN and M. J. MARTZ Jr., Response probability and sensory-evoked potentials 175
P. TUETING and S. SUTTON, The relationship between prestimulus negative shifts and postststimulus components of the averaged evoked potential 185
A. BESREST and J. REQUIN, Development of expectancy wave and time courseof preparatory set in a simple reaction-time task: Preliminary results 209
M.S. GAZZANIGA and S. A. HILLYARD, Attention mechanisms following brain bisection 221
M. KINSBOURNE, The control of attention by interaction between the cerebral hemispheres 239
 

 

Topic 3 – SEQUENTIAL EFFECTS IN REACTION TIME AND ABSOLUTE JUDGMENTS Page#
S. KORNBLUM, Sequential effects in choice reaction time: A tutorial review 259
G.R. LOCKHEAD, Choosing a response 289
A. PARDUCCI, A range-frequency approach to sequential effects in category ratings 303
I.D. JOHN, Sequential effects in absolute judgements of loudness without feedback 313
P.M.A. RABBITT and S. VYAS, What is repeated in the “repetition effect”? 327
 

 

Topic 4 – ORGANIZATION AND CODING IN MEMORY Page#
D. A. NORMAN, Learning and remembering: A tutorial preview 345
N. C. WAUGH and T. R. ANDERS, Searching through long-term verbal memory 363
D. E. MEYER, Verifying affirmative and negative propositions: Effects of negation on memory retrieval 379
R. W. SCHVANEVELDT and D. E. MEYER, Retrieval and comparison processes in semantic memory 395
A. F. SANDERS and S. M. MOSS, The effects of input modality and vocalization at presentation on intratrial rehearsal 411
P. LEHTIO and T. KAURI, An experiment in memory scanning 423
L.H. SHAFFER, Latency mechanisms in transcription 435
 

 

Topic 5 – BINARY CLASSIFICATION TASKS Page#
R. S. NICKERSON, The use of binary-classification tasks in the study of human information processing: A tutorial survey 449
D. BAMBER and S. PAINE, Information retrieval processes in “same-different” judgements of letter strings 477
L. E. KRUEGER, effect of stimulus frequency on speed of “same-different” judgements 497
 

 

Topic 6 – THEORIES OF CHOICE AND REACTION TIME Page#
R. J. AUDLY, Some observations on theories of choice reaction time: Tutorial review 509
D. M. GREEN and R. D. LUCE, Speed-accuracy trade off in auditory detection 547
R. T OLLMAN, Simple reactions with random countermanding of the “go” signal 571
R. C. ATKINSON and J. F. JUOLA, Factors influencing speed and accuracy of word recognition 583
E. A. C. THOMAS, On expectancy and the speed and accuracy of responses 613
 

 

Topic 7 – PERCEPTION OF TEMPORAL ORDER Page#
S. STERNBERG and R. L. KNOLL, The perception of temporal order: fundamental issues and a general model 629
R. RUTSCHMANN, Visual perception of temporal order 687
J. BARON, Division of attention in successiveness diserinlination 703
R. EFRON, An invariant characteristic of perceptual systems in the time domain 713
A. B. KRISTOFFERSON and L. G. ALLAN, Successiveness and duration discrimination 737

 

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