[1975] Information Processing

Course ID
Volume 05
Title
Information Processing
Year of publication
1975
Editor(s)
P.M.A. Rabbitt & S. Dornic
City of publication
LONDON - NEW YORK - SAN FRANSISCO

Contents:

 

Topic 1 – ATTENTION AND SET Page#
J. ALEGRIA, Sequential effects of foreperiod duration: some strategical factors in tasks involving time uncertainty 1
P. BERTELSON and F. TISSEYRE, Set and lateral asymmetry in the perceived sequence of speech and nonspeech 11
G. COHEN, Hemispheric differences in the utilization of advance information 20
R. GOTTSDANKER, The attaining and maintaining of preparation 33
D. LABERGE, Acquisition of automatic processing in perceptual and associative learning 50
D. KAHNEMAN, Effort, recognition and recall in auditory attention 65
M. KINSBOURNE, The mechanism of hemispheric control of the lateral gradient of attention 81
D. E. MEYER, R. W. SCHVANEVELDT and M. G. RTIDDY, Loci of contextual effects on visual word-recognition 98
N. MORAY, A data base for theories of selective listening 119
R. G. PACHELLA, The effects of set on the tachistoscopic recognition of pictures 137
L. H. SHAFFER, Multiple attention in continuous verbal tasks 157
R. M. SHIFFRIN, The locus and role of attention in memory systems 168
Y. M. VON WRIGHT, K. ANDERSON and U. STENMAN, Generalization of conditioned GSRs in dichotic Listening 194
 

 

Topic 2 – IMMEDIATE MEMORY Page#
A. D. BADDE, S. GRANT, E. WIGHT and N. THOMSON, Imagery and visual working memory 205
R.G. CROWDER, Inferential problems in echoic memory 218
S. DORNIC, Some studies on the retention of order information 230
A. F. SANDERS, Some remarks on short-term memory 241
T. SHALLICE, On the contents of primary memory 269
 

 

Topic 3 – INFORMATION TRANSMISSION: TIMES FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SIGNALS AND THE SELECTION OF RESPONSES Page#
R.J. AUDLEY, D. Y. CAUDREY, P. HOWELL and D. J. POWELL, Reaction time exchange functions in choice tasks 281
J.C. FALMAGNE, S. P. COHEN and A. DWIVEDI, Two-choice reactions as an ordered memory scanning process 296
B. FORRIN, Naming latencies to mixed sequences of letters and digits 345
S. W. KEELE, The representation of motor programmes 357
S. KORNBLUM, An invariance in c hoice reaction time with varying numbers of alternatives and constant probability 366
E. D. MEGAW, Saccadic eye-movements and the refractory period 383
P. M. A. RABBITT, S. M. VYAS and S FEAMLY, Programming sequences of complex responses 395
J. THEIOS, The components of response latency in simple human information processing tasks 418
D. A. TRUMBO and A. W. K. GAILLARD, Drugs, time uncertainty, signal modality and reaction time 441
D. VICKERS, Where Angell feared to tread: response time and frequency in three-category discrimination 455
A. T. WELFORD, Display layout, strategy and reaction time: tests of a model 470
 

 

Topic 4 – LONG TERM MEMORY AND CONCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION Page#
R. C. ATKINSON and K. T. WESCOTIRT, Some remarks on long-term memory 485
G. MANDLER, Memory storage and retrieval: some limits on the, reach of attention and consciousness 499
J. MRTON and R. BYRIZE, Organization in the kitchen 517
D. A. NORMAN, Cognitive organization and learning 530
P. T. SMITH and K. F. YONES, Phonemic organization and search through long-term memory 547
 

 

Topic 5 – BINARY CLASSIFICATION TASKS Page#
J. BARON, Successive stages in word recognition 563
D.E. BROADBENT and M. H. P. BROADBENT, The recognition of words which cannot be recalled 575
M. C. CORBALLIS, Access to Memory: an analysis of recognition times 591
D. W. J. CORCORAN and D. BESNER, Application of the Posner technique to the study of size and brightness irrelevancies in letter pairs 613
R. HYMAN and N. H. FROST, Gradients and schema in pattern recognition 631
R. S. NICKERSON, Effects of correlated and uncorrelated noise on visual pattern matching 655
M. I. POSNER and C. R. R. SNYDER, Facilitation and inhibition in the processing of signals 669
D.L. SCARBOROUGH and H. SCARBOROUGH, Encoding and memory processes for visual displays 683
A. TREISMAN, R. RUSSEL and J. GREEN, Brief visual storage of shape and movement 699
I. D. YOHN, Information processing in absolute and comparative judgement tasks 722

 

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