[1981] Information Processing

Course ID
Volume 09
Title
Information Processing
Year of publication
1981
Editor(s)
J. Long & A. Baddeley
Associate Editors
Phil Barnard, John Duncan, Graham Hitch, Tony Marcel, Alan Wing
City of publication
Hillsdale, New Jersey

Contents:

ASSOCIATION LECTURE Page#
D. E. BROADBENT, From the percept to the cognitive structure 1
 

 

Topic 1 – PERCEPTION AND EFFECT OF VISUAL MOTION Page#
A. BERTHOZ, Intersensory interaction in motion perception 27
W. BLES, Stepping around: Circular vection and coriolis effects 47
S. M. ANSTIS and P. CAVANAGH, What goes up need not come down: Moving flicker edges give positive motion aftereffects 63
C. BONNET, Processing configurations of visual motion 79
 

 

Topic 2 – PERCEPTION OF SCENES AND OBJECTS Page#
R. L. GREGORY, Questions of pattern and object perception by man and computer 97
M. A. HAGEN and R. K. JONES, Plane surface information as a determinant of pictorial perception 117
S. PALMER, E. ROSCH, and P. CHASE, Canonical perspective and the perception of objects 135
M. JEANNEROD, Intersegmental coordination during reaching at natural visual objects 153
 

 

Topic 3 – AUTOMATICITY Page#
D. LABERGE, Automatic information processing: A review 173
J. JONIDES, Voluntary versus automatic control over the mind’s eye’s movement 187
G. D. LOGAN, attention, automaticity, and the ability to stop a speeded choice response 205
R. M. SHIFFRIN, S. T. DUMAIS, and W. SCHNEIDER, Characteristics of automatism 223
 

 

Topic 4 – IMAGERY PROCESSES Page#
S. M. KOSSELYN and S. P. SHWARTZ, Empirical constraints on theories of visual mental imagery 241
G. E. HINTON and L. M. PARSONS, Frames of reference and mental imagery 261
C. BUNDESEN, A. LARSEN, and J. E. FARRELL, Mental transformation of size and orientation 279
R. J WEBER, L. HOCHHAUS, and W. D. BROWN, Equivalence of Perceptual and lmaginal Representation: Developmental Changes 295
 

 

Topic 5 – LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION AND KNOWLEDGE Page#
H. H. CLARK and T. B. CARLSON, Context for comprehension 313
S. GARROD and T. SANFORD, Bridging inferences and the extended domain of reference 331
J. B. BLACK, The effects of reading purpose on memory for text 347
W. F. BREWER and E. H. LICHTENSTEIN, Event schemas, story schemas, and story grammars 363
 

 

Topic 6 – LONGER-TERM MEMORY Page#
F. I. M. CRAIK, Encoding and retrieval effects in human memory: A partial review 383
J. G. W. RAAIJMAKERS and R. M. SHIFFRID, Order effects in recall 403
E. F. LOFTUS, Mentaimorphosis: Alterations in memory produced by the mental bonding of new information to old 417
 

 

Topic 7 – SEQUENCING OF MOVEMENTS Page#
J. A. SCOTT KELSO, Contrasting perspectives on order and regulation in movement 437
S. T. KLAPP, D. M. GREIM, and E. A. MARSHBLUM, Buffer storage of programmed articulation and articulatory loop: Two names for the same mechanism or two distinct components of short-term memory? 459
B. CRASKE, Programmed aftereffects following simple patterned movements of the eyes and limbs 473
E. A. Roy, Action sequencing and lateralized cerebral damage: Evidence for asymmetries in control 487
 

 

Topic 8 – PRODUCTION OF SPEECH Page#
P. F. MACNEILAGE, J. A. HUTCHINSON, and S. A. LASATER, The production of speech: development and dissolution of motoric and premotoric processes 503
C. A. FOWLER and L. G. TASSINARY, Natural measurement criteria for speech: The anisochrony illusion 521
W. E. COOPER and S. F. EHRLICH, Planning speech: Studies in choice reaction time 537
 

 

Topic 9 – STRESS AND AGING Page#
P. RABBITT, Cognitive psychology needs models for changes in performance with old age 555
H. W. FROWEIN, D. REITSMA, and C. AQUARIUS, Effects of two counteracting stresses on the reaction process 575
G. MULDER and L. J. M. MULDER, Task-related cardiovascular stress 591
R. HOCKEY, A. MACLEAN and P. HAMILTON, State changes and the temporal patterning of component resources 607

 

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