Problem 3: Attention
A Coggle Diagram about Automatic Processes (Instance Theory by Logan, Characteristics, Anderson:, Defintion, Controlled Processes, Costs and Driving ), Selective Attention (Factors that help you attend to a message:, Filter and Bottleneck Theories, Cocktailparty effect, Shadowing and Dichotic Listening), Devided Attention (Multiple Recources Theory, Factors that influence ablity to multi task (MT), Central Capacity Theory (Attentional Recource Theory) and trying to pay attention to more than one message), The stroop effect (not able to name coulour of ink when letters spell a colour, reason: reading is automatic and alternative explanation: we have fixed midset
of reading; given a different one we can overcome the effect), Definition: concentration of mental activity , to take in limited amount of info, Dual task paradigm (explained by and two task interfere with each other (e.g. Mutlitasking)), Cognitive bottleneck theory, Name: Kim Laura Difflipp
Student number: 430061
Tutor: Nick Beligiannis and References:
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