Behaviorism Hiearchy of experience

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Behaviorism Hiearchy of experience
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  1. Input consists of...
    • Sensation
    • stimuli thrown at the body,
    • PNS system
    • Internal and external stimuli
    • Physio-physics
  2. Integration consists of 4 processes...
    • Attention
    • Perception
    • Imagery
    • Symbolization
  3. Attention can be attended to how many Cognitive tasks and how many Heuristic tasks
    • Cognitive: 1
    • Heuristic: 2+
  4. Ormrod defined attention as Focused...processing of partial aspect of....
    Focused cognitive processing of partial aspect of environment
  5. 4 principles of attention:
    • Focusing
    • Ignoring
    • Coding
    • Selection
  6. Types of attention: Which one is needed for motivation?
    Voluntary
  7. Selective attention refers to
    Attention that is concerned with Personal Interest
  8. Involuntary attention also known as
    Reflex response pattern
  9. Determinants to external attention, Internal Determinants..
    mention some.
    • External:
    • Size
    • Conditioned-Habitual
    • Size
    • intensity
    • Novelty
    • Incongruity
    • Change
    • Color and loudness
    • Completed-System patterns
    • Locality

    • Internal:
    • Interest, age, personal char, natural tendenies, span, phys-soc. deprivation, fatigue, emotion
  10. Perception develops how long
    Throughout lifespan
  11. Perception is primarily based on...
    personal experience
  12. Definition: 
    .. .. system interpretation of incoming ..
    CNSystem interpretation of incoming stimuli
  13. Perceptual constancy
    • Percieve object as unvariying despite change in: 
    • Color, brightness
    • Size, Shape
    • Environment
    • Appearance
  14. unconscious interference theory of perceptual constancy
    • General size sense about objects: If two objects same retina size, still the further one away will be percieved
    • "Mouse smaller than a cat"
  15. Ecological theory of relative size of objects - perceptual constancy
    See objects same size att different distance because change in... environment
  16. Imagery is based on what, and is essentially what
    Without stimuli: Already perceived, must be remembered!

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