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PWrite down YOUR definition(s) of “attention.”
PWe’ll compare notes, and probably see a variety
of different concepts being described
Ways of thinking about attention
PAttention as arousal
PSelective attention
< What happens to unattended inputs?
< Conscious and unconscious perception
< Change blindness
< Priming
PDivided attention
< Limited resources (specific? general?)
< Response selection
< Automaticity
Selection in reading
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money was used to purchase a great many books.
Dichotic listening
An experimental procedure for studying selection and
division of attention
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hause gehen.....
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Traditional models of selective
PFilter theory (Broadbent)
PAttenuation theory (Treisman)
PLate selection theory
Figure 4.2 (p. 102)
Flow diagram of Broadbent's filter model of attention.
Figure 4.3 (p. 103)
(a) A sieve that lets through small grains of sand and keeps coarse grains from
coming through, based on the physical characteristic of the size of the sand
particles. (b) Broadbent's model of attention lets through the attended message
and keeps the unattended message from getting through, based on physical
characteristics of the message, such as the pitch of a person's voice.
Figure 4.6 (p. 106)
Flow diagram for Treisman's attenuation model of selective attention.

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