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Study guide for Human information processing, second edition, Lindsay Norman, Ross Bott, Allen Munro

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Study guide for Human information processing, second edition, Lindsay Norman
Title
Study guide for Human information processing, second edition, Lindsay Norman
Statement of responsibility
Ross Bott, Allen Munro
Title variation
Human information processing
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Language
eng
Summary
Study Guide for Human Information Processing is designed to accompany Lindsay and Norman's Human Information Processing (HIP). Problems and questions range from ones that are relatively easy to several that are somewhat difficult. This variation is intentional; the easy exercises explain and demonstrate the principles introduced in HIP, and the harder problems challenge students to apply those principles to new areas. Much of this study guide relies on the process of model building to review and expand on the principles in the text. Models will be proposed to explain experimental results. By
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OPELS
Dewey number
153
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
BF455
LC item number
.L4942 1977eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Study guide for Human information processing, second edition, Lindsay Norman, Ross Bott, Allen Munro
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Copyright
Note
"This study guide is designed to accompany Lindsay and Norman's Human Information Processing."--Preface
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
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Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Study Guide for Human Information Processing; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Human perception; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; TEMPLATE SYSTEM ON TRIAL; OUT OF CONTEXT; EXPECTATIONS AND RULES; INTERPRETING; ANTAGONISTIC SYSTEMS; Chapter 2. The visual system; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; THE PARTS OF THE EYE; THE RETINA; Chapter 3. The dimensions of vision; PRETEST; THE PERCEPTION OF BRIGHTNESS; VISUAL ADAPTATION; TEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VISION; COLOR VISION; Chapter 4. The auditory system; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; WEIGHING THE EVIDENCE; PERIODICITY THEORY
  • ANSWERING QUESTIONSChapter 10. The representation of knowledge; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; REPRESENTING THE MEANINGS OF WORDS; REPRESENTING INDIVIDUALS; REPRESENTING RELATIONSHIPS; REPRESENTING EVENTS; EPISODIC AND SEMANTIC MEMORY; VIEWING THE DATA BASE; VISUAL IMAGES; Chapter 11. The neural basis of memory; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; PINPOINTING THE LOCATION OF A MEMORY; MEMORY INITIALLY IS ENCODED ELECTRICALLY; RETROGRADE AMNESIA; MEMORY IS EVENTUALLY ENCODED CHEMICALLY OR STRUCTURALLY; TWO SEPARATE BRAINS; DIFFERENT ROLES FOR THE HEMISPHERES; Chapter 12. Language; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION
  • AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION AND LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDINGSOCIAL CONTRACTS IN LANGUAGE USE; REFERENCE; PERSONAL PRONOUNS; LANGUAGE STRUCTURE AND MEANING STRUCTURE; ENGLISH GRAMMAR; TRANSFORMATIONAL RULES; GARDEN PATH SENTENCES; Chapter 13. Learning and cognitive development; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; CONTIGENCY LEARNING; COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT; LANGUAGE LEARNING; Chapter 14. Problem solving and decision making; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROTOCOLS; DECISION MAKING AND UTILITY FUNCTIONS; UTILITY OF NONMONETARY COMMODITIES; RISKY DECISIONS; HUMAN DECISION MAKING
  • BRIGHTNESS CONTRASTINDUCED CONTRAST; SPATIAL FREQUENCY ANALYSIS; Chapter 7. Pattern recognition and attention; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; POSSIBLE THEORIES OF ATTENTION; USING THE PANDEMONIUM SYSTEM; A PANDEMONIUM SYSTEM FOR HEARING; MORE POSSIBLE THEORIES OF ATTENTION; Chapter 8. The memory systems; PRETEST; AN OVERVIEW OF THE MEMORY SYSTEMS; SENSORY INFORMATION STORE (SIS); SHORT-TERM MEMORY (STM); Chapter 9. Using memory; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; FROM STM TO LTM; TESTING MEMORY; MEMORY AND ATTENTION; ORGANIZATION AND INTEGRATION; DEPTH OF PROCESSING AND INTEGRATION; MNEMONICS
  • THE DUPLICITY THEORY OF HEARINGA BRIEF STUDY OF DECIBELS WITH SOME PRACTICAL PROBLEMS; DECIBEL PROBLEMS; Chapter 5. The dimensions of sound; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; SOUND INTENSITY AND PERCEIVED LOUDNESS; LOUDNESS COMPENSATORS; MASKING; DECIBELS VERSUS SONES; THE PERCEPTION OF FREQUENCY; THE MISSING FUNDAMENTAL; THE CRITICAL BAND; BINAURAL LISTENING; FREQUENCY PERCEPTION: PLACE THEORY OR PERIODICITY THEORY; Chapter 6. Neural information processing; PRETEST; INTRODUCTION; THE NEURON; BUILDING NEURAL NETWORKS; IMPERFECTIONS; CENTER-SURROUND CELLS; TRANSIENT RESPONSE; MOVEMENT DETECTORS
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1 online resource (299 pages)
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9781483259291
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computer
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rdamedia
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illustrations
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