[1978] Information Processing

Course ID
Volume 07
Title
Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Attention and Performance Stockholm, Sweden, July 28-August 1, 1975.
Year of Publication
1978
Editor(s)
J. Requin
City of Publication
Hillsdale, New Yersey

Contents:

Topic 1 – TIME IN PERCEPTION Page#
C. W. ERIKSEN and D. W. SCHULTZ, Temporal factors in visual information processing: A tutorial review 3
C. BONNET, Time factors in the processing of visual movement information 25
E. A. C. THOMAS and N. E. cantor, Interdependence between the processing of temporal and non-temporal information 43
A. S. BREGMAN, The formation of auditory streams 63
R. S. NICKERSON, On the time it takes to tell things apart 77
J. A. MICHON, The making of the present: A tutorial review 89
 

 

Topic 2 – WORD PERCEPTION AND READING Page#
H. BOUMA, Visual search and reading: eye movements and functional visual field: A tutorial review 115
K. RAYNER, Foveal and parafoveal cues in reading 149
L. R. BROOKS, Non-analytic correspondences and pattern in word pronunciation 163
J. PYNTE, Implicit speech in the reading of numbers and meaningless syllables 179
T. SHALLICE and J. McGILL, The origins of mixed errors 193
A. J. MARCEL and KARALYN E.PATTERSON, Word recognition and production: reciprocity in clinical and normal studies 209
 

 

Topic 3 – SPEECH PERCEPTION AND CODING Page#
J. E. CUTTING, There may be nothing peculiar to perceiving in speech mode 229
J. MORAIS, Spatial constraints on attention to speech 245
C. J. DARWIN, P. HOWELL, and S. A. BRADY, Laterality and localization: A “right ear advantage” for speech heard on the left 261
A. W. F. HUGGINS, Speech timing and intelligibility 279
J. D. GOULD, An experimental study of writing, dictating, and speaking 299
R. G. Crowder, Audition and speech coding in short-term memory: A tutorial review 321
 

 

Topic 4 – HEMISPHERE DIFFERENCES Page#
M. KINSBOURNE and R. E. HICKS, Functional cerebral space: A model for overflow, transfer and interference effects in human performance: A tutorial review 345
C. UMILTA, D. BRIZZOLARA, P. TABOSSI, and H. FAIRWEATHER, Factors affecting face recognition in the cerebral hemispheres: familiarity and naming 363
N. E. A. KROLL and D. J. MADDEN, Verbal and pictorial processing by hemisphere as a function of the subject’s verbal scholastic aptitude test score 375
Y. GUIARD and J. REQUIN, Between-hand vs within-hand choice-RT: A single channel of reduced capacity in the split-brain monkey 391
G. COHEN and R. FREEMAN, Individual differences in reading strategies in relation to handedness and cerebral asymmetry 411
Topic 5 – RESPONSE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES Page#
T. W. PICTON, K. B. CAMPBELL, J. BARIBEAU-BRAUN and G. B. PROULX, The neurophysiology of human attention: A tutorial review 429
P. J. LANG, A. OHMAN and R. F. SIMONS, The psychophysiology of anticipation 469
A. G. GREENWALD and K. E. ROSENBERG, Sequential effects of distracting stimuli in a selective attention reaction time task 487
J. M. COQUERY, Selective attention as a motor program 505
G. E. STEIMACH and H. D. McCRACKEN, Storage codes for movement information 515
D. VORBERG and R. HAMBUCH, On the temporal control of rhythfflic performance 535
M. T. TURVEY, R. E. SHAW and W. MACE, Issues in the theory of action: degrees of freedom, coordinative structures and coalitions 557
 

 

Topic 6 – THEORIES AND MODELS Page#
D. VICKERS, An adaptive module for simple judgment 599
S. W. LINK, The relative judgment theory of the psychometric function 619
D. BOUWHUIS, A model for the visual recognition of words of three letters 631
M. TREISMAN and P. A. PARKER, The word frequency effect: A new theory 645
G. SPERLING and M. J. MELCHNER, Visual search, visual attention, and the attention operating Characteristic 675
H. Rouanet, D. Ldpine, and D. Holender, Model acceptability and the use of bayes-fiducial methods for validating models 687

 

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