Invariances in human information processing


Invariances in human information processing

edited by Thomas Lachmann and Tina Weis

(Scientific psychology series, 25)

Routledge, 2018

  • : hbk

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Includes bibliographical references and index



Invariances in Human Information Processing examines and identifies processing universals and how they are implemented in elementary judgemental processes. This edited collection offers evidence that these universals can be extracted and identified from observing law-like principles in perception, cognition, and action. Addressing memory operations, development, and conceptual learning, this book considers basic and complex meso- and makro-stages of information processing. Chapter authors provide theoretical accounts of cognitive processing that may offer tools for identification of functional components in brain activity in cognitive neuroscience


Part I Micro-stages in information processing: Identification of processing universals Deciphering the time code of the brain: From psychophysical invariants to universals of neural organization Hans-Georg Geissler Dynamical constants and time universals: Relating and resolving two theories of cognitive microstructure Mark A. Elliott and Naomi du Bois Measuring the processing epoch for decision processes: A paper in honour of Hans-Georg Geissler Stephen Link The concepts of perceived magnitude and dynamic range: What they reveal about the nature of sensory systems Robert Teghtsoonian Part II Meso-stages in information processing: Complex processing architectures Some constraints on reaction-time distributions for sequential processes = Saul Sternberg A theoretical study of process dependence for standard two-process serial models and standard two-process parallel models Ru Zhang, Yanjun Liu, and James T. Townsend A brief overview of computational models of spatial, temporal, and feature visual attention George Sperling Perceptual organization and visual target selection Cees van Leeuwen, Tina Weis, and Thomas Lachmann Functional and structural MRI studies of multisensory integration underlying self-motion perception Mark W. Greenlee and Sebastian M. Frank Part III Macro-stages of information processing: Transitions in development and learning Auditory attention in children and adults: A psychophysiological approach Nicole Wetzel and Erich Schroger Reading Haiku: What eye movements reveal about the construction of literary meaning - A pilot study Thomas Geyer, Franziska Gunther, Jim Kacian, Hermann J. M uller and Stella Pierides Retrieval processes in person memory: Discrete levels of search time Peter Petzold and Brigitte Edeler Part IV Epilog Leipzig-Berlin and back: Science put in a life-story Hans-Georg Geissler

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