[1969] Proceedings of a Symposium on Attention and Performance

Course ID
Volume 03
Title
Proceedings of the Donders Centenary Symposium on Reaction Time, held in Eindhoven July 29 - August 2, 1968, under the auspices of the Institute for Perception Research IPO, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Year of publication
1970
Editor(s)
A.F. Sanders
City of publication
Amsterdam, London

Contents:

 

Topic 1 – REACTION PROCESSES Page#
Introductory remarks 3
R. S. NICKERSON, The effect of preceding and following auditory stimuli on response times to visual stimuli 5
I. H. BERNSIMIN, Can we see and hear at the same time? 21
J. ALEGRIA and P. BERTELSON, Time uncertainty, number of alternatives and particular signal response pair as determinants of choice reaction time 36
A.F. SANDERS, Some variables affecting the relation between relative stimulus frequency and choice reaction time 45
P.M. A. RABBITT and S. M. VYAS, An elementary preliminary taxonomy for some errors in laboratory choice RT tasks 56
A. J. MARCEL, Some constraints on sequential and parallel processing, and the limits of attention 77
P. K. LEHTIO, The organization of component decisions in visual search 93
 

 

Topic 2 – SELECTIVE ATTENTION Page#
Introductory remarks 109
N. MORAY, Towards a quantitative theory of attention 111
D. KAHNEMAN, Remarks on attention control 118
A. TRETSMAN, Perception and recall of simultaneous speech stimuli 132
J. BROWN, Recognition and the direction of attention 149
T.F. MYERS, Asymmetry and attention in phonic decoding 158
R. NAATANEN, Evoked potential, EEG and slow potential correlates of selective attention 178
M. KINSBOURNE, The cerebral basis of lateral asymmetries in attention 193
 

 

Topic 3. SUBJECNVE PROBABILITY AND PERFORMANCE Page#
Introductory remarks 205
CH. A. J. VLEC, Multiple probability learning 207
W. A. WAGENAAR, Subjective randomness and the capacity to generate information 233
L. F. W. DE KLERK and S. OPPE, Subjective probability and choice reaction time 243
D. TRUMBO, Acquisition and performance as a function of uncertainty and structure in serial tracking tasks 252
 

 

Topic 4 – MEMORY MECHANISMS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING Page#
Introductory remarks 269
J.MORTON, The role of memory in the attention process 271
J.M. VON WRIGHT, On selection in visual immediate memory 280
D.A. NOP.MAN, Comments on the information structure of memory 293
A.M. COLLINS and M. R. QUILLIAN, Facilitating retrieval from semantic memory: The effect of repeating part of an inference 304
P. T. SMITH, Decision processes in long-term memory 315
N.C. WAUGH, Associative symmetry and recall latencies: A distinction between learning and performance 326
 

 

Topic 5 – STUDIES ON SUSTAINED ATTENTION Page#
Introductory remarks 341
M. LOEB and E. A. ALLUISI, Influence of display, task, and organismic variables on indices of monitoring behavior 343
H.J. JERISON, Vigilance: A paradigm and some physiological speculations 367
E. GULTAN, Effects of noise on arousal level in auditory vigilance 381
A.M. VERSCHOOR and P. C. W. VAN WIERINGEN, Vigilance performance and skin conductance 394
R. T. WILKINSON and E. HAINES, Evoked response correlates of expectancy during vigilance 402
A. F. SANDERS and W. HOOGENBGOM, On the effects of continuous active work on performance 414

 

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