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The effects of stimulus familiarity and instructions on perceptual strategies
Leslie S. Klein
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||45|
Music congruity effects on consumer behavior are conceptualized in terms of cognitive priming of semantic networks in memory, and operationalized as congruent with a product's country of origin (Experiment 1), or congruent with the utilitarian (Experiment 2) or social identity (Experiments 2 and 3) connotations of a by: The effect of stimulus familiarity on modality dominance Christopher W. Robinson ([email protected]) Center for Cognitive Science The Ohio State University D Ohio Stadium East, Tuttle Park Place Columbus, OH , USA Vladimir M. Sloutsky ([email protected]) Center for Cognitive Science The Ohio State University.
Priming is a phenomenon whereby exposure to one stimulus influences a response to a subsequent stimulus, without conscious guidance or intention. For example, the word NURSE is recognized more quickly following the word DOCTOR than following the word g can be perceptual, associative, repetitive, positive, negative, affective, semantic, or conceptual. The Effects of ARCS-Strategies on Self-Regulated Learning with Instructional Texts Self-regulated learning needs motivational support in order to continue over time. Within instructional contexts, this support can be realized by motivational instructional design. File Size: KB.
Find The Familiar And Seek Stories #3: Engage in new ways. If you can’t be with others, another approach is to seek solace in the familiar. A new study by the State University of New York. Department Human Perception, Cognition and Action, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Max Planck Society; Externe Ressourcen Es sind keine externen Ressourcen hinterlegtCited by:
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THE EFFECTS OF FAMILIARITY ON THE PERCEPTUAL RECOGNITION AND CATEGORIZATION OF VERBAL INFORMATION. THE EFFECTS OF FAMILIARITY ON THE PROCESSING OF STIMULUS AND MEMORIAL INFORMATION WERE INVESTIGATED IN TWO TASKS--ONE WHICH SUPPOSEDLY REQUIRED ONLY THE PERCEPTUAL RECOGNITION OF EACH STIMULUS WORD (E TASK) AND ONE WHICH REQUIRED A MEANINGFUL CATEGORIZATION OF EACH STIMULUS WORD.
position that familiarity has a direct effect on per-ceptual organization, but information in memory ceptual organization. He argued that past experience would not affect the act. The effect of stimulus familiarity on the use of criteria and justifications in children's social reasoning The findings indicate that stimulus familiarity is a more significant factor in the moral reasoning of younger than of older children.
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to Cited by: According to the processing fluency model, advertising exposures enhance the ease with which consumers recognize and process a brand. In turn, this increased perceptual fluency leads to consumers having more favorable attitudes toward the brand.
The authors extend the processing fluency model to examine the effect of conceptual fluency on by: For these subjects, there was no benefit for the “Q”-like stimulus, in contrast to the results of Rauschenberger and Yantis’s study.
These results show that a simple 45° rotation of a stimulus can affect search efficiency significantly—but only when this rotation bestows meaning, or familiarity, to that by: 8.
Five experiments investigated the influence of the differences in stimulus familiarity among a dot-matrix letter, word, and nonword upon the relative judged duration of msec flashes.
Figure-ground contrast was manipulated by varying the number of dots comprising each display letter. With msec presentations, judgments ranked subjective durations of the displays nonword > word > Cited by: One possibility is that the familiarity of the auditory input can account for the degree and likelihood of overshadowing effects.
The presence of la letter-frequency effect for reaction time studies is interpreted as demonstrating an effect of familiarity on a comparison stage and perhaps a response stage, but not on input. These effects have been interpreted within various theoretical frameworks, including those which posit some kind of internal pacemaker or counting process –, attentional models, and the idea that time perception is based upon the magnitude or unfolding pattern of neural activity triggered by a stimulus.
The current work examined the Cited by: The unexpected killer: effects of stimulus threat and negative affectivity on inattentional blindness Article in Cognition and Emotion 32(4) October with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The effects of stimulus density on children’s analysis of hierarchical patterns Article in Developmental Science 4(2) - May with 40 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The perceptual process is sequence of steps that begins with the environment and leads to our perception of a stimulus and an action in response to the stimulus.
Asked in Psychology, Sharks. The effects of these sources of stimulus variability in speech are discussed with regard to perceptual saliency, processing demands, and memory representation for spoken words.
One of the fundamental problems confronting theories of speech perception is how to characterize the listener's ability to extract consistent phonetic percepts from a Cited by: Distinguishing novelty and familiarity effects in infant preference procedures.
Carmel Houston‐Price. Corresponding Author. into question the use of the direction of post‐familiarization preference per se when interpreting the knowledge or strategies available to infants. We look into the results of a cross‐modal word learning study Cited by: This suggests that naming faces did not attenuate the impact of perceptual fluency on stimulus size effects on JOLs.
Taken together, Experiments 1 and 2 demonstrate that perceptual fluency as measured by identification time can produce stimulus size effects on JOLs: Higher JOLs for stimuli that clarified quickly were due to perceptual by: 3. Exposure effects in person perception: familiarity, similarity, and attraction.
MORELAND AND ZAJONC The apparent confluence of perceived familiarity, perceived similarity, and attraction in the data was particularly intriguing since it corresponds to the everyday experience of by: This research was supported, in part, by a grant to David LaBerge from the National Science Foundation (BNS) and, in part, by grants to the Center for Research in Human Learning, University of Minnesota, from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD-O) and from the National Science Foundation (BNS).Cited by: 8.
Effects of Stimulus Familiarity on the Rehearsal Strategies Transfer Mechanism in Retarded and Nonretarded Individuals. Dugas, Jeanne. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 80, 3,Nov Cited by: 3. The practical implications of these physical and perceptual interactions are extensive.
One of the most important implications of these interactions is that when one is conducting sensory analysis of a product, one cannot simply ask a panelist to ignore a particular aspect of the product, regardless of Cited by: Abstract. It was hypothesized that performance in the same-different comparison task is based on two modes of processing: (1) structural processes that organize the detailed parts of a stimulus into a well-formed whole, and (2)analytic processes that decompose the stimulus into by:.
The aim of this study was to investigate how background auditory processing can affect other perceptual and cognitive processes as a function of stimulus content, style and emotional by: The results showed certain interaction effects of mechanism (memory vs.
stimulus features), emotional valence of the stimulus (pleasant vs. unpleasant), and stimulus Cited by: 1. In the perceptual domain the degree to which priming generalizes across changes in certain properties of a stimulus (e.g., size or viewing angle) Author: Emilie Meaux, Emilie Meaux, Virginie Sterpenich, Patrik Vuilleumier.