[1977] Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Attention and Performance

Course ID
Volume 06
Title
Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Attention and Performance
Year of publication
1977
Editor(s)
S. Dornic
City of publication
Hillsdale, New Jersey

Contents:

 

Topic 1 – REACTION TIME Page#
A. F. SANDERS, Structural and functional aspects of the reaction process 3
G. A. SMITH, Studies of compatibility and a new model of choice reaction time 27
J. DUNCAN, Response selection rules in spatial choice reaction tasks 49
J. BREBNER, The search for exceptions to the psychological refractory period 63
A. T. WELFORD, Serial reaction times, continuity of task, single-channel effects, and age 79
R. OLLMAN, Choice reaction time and the problem of distinguishing task effects from strategy effects 99
R. NJIGTDNEN and A. MERISALO, Expectancy and preparation in simple reaction time 115
J. REQUIN, M. BONNET and A. SEMIEN, Is there a specificity in the supraspinal control of motor structures during preparation? 139
 

 

Topic 2 – MASKING AND EARLY PROCESSING Page#
I. H. BERNSTEIN, D. SMITH and M. ADEY, Perceptual and response interdependencies in visual masking 177
H. L. HAWKINS and J. C. PRESSON, Masking and preperceptual selectivity in auditory recognition 195
D. W. MASSARO, Capacity limitations in auditory information processing 213
P. A. VROON, H. TIMMERS and S. TEMPELAARS, On the hemispheric representation of time 231
H. EISLER, Attention to visually and auditorily presented durations 247
M. HAGGARD and Q. SUMMERFIELD, Perceptual calibration for parameters of speaker differences-measures from sequential reaction time increment studies 261
 

 

Topic 3 – ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES Page#
D. LABERGE, R. J. PETERSEN and M. J. NORDEN, Exploring the limits of cueing 285
D. KAHNEMAN and A. HENIK, Effects of visual grouping on immediate recall and selective attention 307
A. M. TREISMAN, M. SYKES, and G. GELADE, Selective attention and stimulus integration 333
P. M. A. RABBITT, G. CUMMING and S. VYAS, An analysis of visual search: entropy and sequential effects 363
D. W. J. CORCORAN and A. JACKSON, Basic processes and strategies in visual search 387
R. M. SHIFFRIN and W. SCHNEIDER, Toward a unitary model for selective attention, memory scanning, and visual Search 413
W. PRINZ, Memory control of visual search 441
P. HAMILTON, B. HOCKEY and M. REJMAN, The place of the concept of activation in human information processing theory: An integrative approach 463
 

 

Topic 4 – PROCESSING WORDS AND READING Page#
D. E. BROADBENT and M. H. P. BROADBENT, General shape and local detail in word perception 489
D. A. ALLPORT, On knowing the meaning of words we are unable to report: The effects of visual masking 505
M. COLTHEART, E. DAVELAAR, J. T. JONASSON and D. BESNER, Access to the internal lexicon 535
J. BARON, What we might know about orthographic rules 557
D. E. RUMELHART, Toward an interactive model of reading 573
 

 

Topic 5 – MEMORY ORGANIZATION AND RETRIEVAL Page#
W. G. CHASE, Does memory scanning involve implicit speech? 607
L. G. NILSSON, K. OHLSSON, and J. RBNNBERG, Capacity differences in processing and storage of auditory and visual input 629
A. D. BADDELEY and G. J. HITCH, Recency reexamined 647
S. DORNIC, Selective retention in bilingual tasks 669
F. 1. M. CRAIK, Depth of processing in recall and recognition 679
R. S. NICKERSON, Crossword puzzles and lexical memory 699
G. E. STELMACH and J. A. SCOTT KELSO, Memory processes in motor control 719

 

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