[1980] Information Processing

Course ID
Volume 08
Title
Information Processing
Year of publication
1980
Editor(s)
R.S. Nickerson
City of publication
Hillsdale, New Jersey

Contents:

 

ASSOCIATION LECTURE Page#
W. R. GARNER, Functional aspects of information processing 1
 

 

Topic 1 – PREPARATORY PROCESSES AND MOTOR PROGRAMMING Page#
R. G. MARTENIUK and C. L. MACKENZIE, Information processing in movement organization and execution 29
A. F. SANDERS, Some effects of instructed muscle tension on choice reaction time and movement time 59
A. W. K. GAILLARD, Cortical correlates of motor preparation 75
D. A. ROSENBAUM and O. PATASHNIK, Time to time in the human motor system 93
D. J. GLENCROSS, Response planning and the organization of speed movements 107
 

 

Topic 2 – STIMULUS CLASSIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION Page#
J. E. KEITH SMITH, Models of identification 129
J. Long, Effect of prior context on two-choice absolute judgements without feedback 159
D. McNICOL, Multiple regression analyses of sequential effects in loudness judgments 179
W. PRINZ, Selectivity in character classification 197
 

 

Topic 3 – MEASUREMENT OF ATTENTION AND EFFORT Page#
R. A. KINCHIA, The measurement of attention 213
C. D. WICKENS, The structure of attentional resources 239
R. KLEIN, Does ocutomotor readiness mediate cognitive control of visual attention? 259
M. L. SHAW, Identifying attentional and decision-making components in information processing 277
D. NAVON and D. GOPHER, Task difficulty, resources, and dual-task performance 297
 

 

Topic 4 – VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Page#
L. A. COOPER, Recent themes in visual information processing: A selected overview 319
G. SPERLING and A. REEVES, Measuring the reaction time of a shift of visual attention 347
D. J. GETTY, J. B. SWETS, and J. A. SWETS, The observer’s use of perceptual dimensions in signal identification 361
P. K. LEHTIO, L. POIKONEN, and K. TUUNAINEN, Retrieval of information from a mental map 381
 

 

Topic 5 – LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION Page#
M. C. POTTER, J. F. KROLL, and C. HARRIS, Comprehension and memory in rapid sequential reading 395
D. E. BROADBENT and M. H. P. BROADBENT, Priming and the passive/active model of word recognition 419
T. MARCEL, Conscious and preconscious recognition of polyaemous words: Locating the selective effects of prior verbal context 435
A. J. SANFORD and S. GARROD, Memory and attention in text comprehension: The problem of reference 459
R. A. COLE and V. W. ZUE, Speech as eyes see it 475
 

 

Topic 6 – SHORT-TERM MEMORY Page#
B. B. MURDOCK, Jr, Short-term recognition memory 497
A. D. BADDELEY and K. LIEBERMAN, Spatial working memory 521
V. K. KOOL, Short-term recall of linear and curvilinear movements by blind and sighted subjects 541
R. RATCLIFF and W. E. HOCKLEY, Repeated negatives in item recognition: Nonmonotonic lag functions 555
D. DEUTSCH, The octave illusion and the what-where connection 575
 

 

Topic 7 – SEMANTIC MEMORY Page#
W. KINTSCH, Semantic memory: A tutorial 595
T. INDOW, Some characteristics of word sequences retrieved from specified categories 621
G. V. JONES, Interaction of intrinsic and extrinsic knowledge in sentence recall 637
J. M. KEENAN and S. D. BAILLET, Memory for personally and socially significant events 651
M. D. WILLIAMS and S. SANTOS-WILLIAMS, Method for exploring retrieval processes using verbal protocols 671
 

 

Topic 8 – REASONING, PROBLEM SOLVING, AND DECISION PROCESSES Page#
A. NEWELL, Reasoning, problem solving, and decision processes: The problem space as a fundamental category 693
R. J. STERNBERG, A proposed resolution of curious conflicts in the literature on linear syllogisms 719
M. J. ADAMS, Inductive deductions and deductive inductions 745
J. BARON, J. FREYD, and J. STEWART, Individual differences in general abilities useful in solving problems 763
B. FISCHHOFF and P. SLOVIC, A little learning… : Confldence in multicue judgement tasks 779

 

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