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Auotmatic detection, consistent mapping, and training

Chow, Dr Siu L. (1986) Auotmatic detection, consistent mapping, and training. [Journal (Paginated)]

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Abstract

Results from two experiments showed that a flat display﷓size function was found under the consistent mapping (CM) condition despite the facts that there was no extensive CM training and that the stimulus﷓response (S﷓R) consistency was only an intrasession manipulation. A confounding factor might be responsible for the fact that the consistent and the varied S﷓R mapping conditions gave rise to different display﷓size functions in Schneider and Shiffrin's (1977) study. Their claim that automatic detection and controlled search are qualitatively different is also discussed.

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Keywords:Automaticity, attention, S-R mapping, display-size function
Subjects:Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
ID Code:2959
Deposited By:Chow, Dr. Siu L.
Deposited On:19 May 2003
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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