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What is Perceptual Fluency? The study of Reber et al. (2004):Reber et al. (2004) Perceptual fluency is the subjective experience of ease with which an incoming stimulus is processed; it is a kind of processing fluency. It has been shown to influence different kinds of judgments, such as affective judgments (Reber et al., 1998) or judgments of truth (McGlone & Tofighbakhsh, 2000; Reber & Schwarz, 1999)processing fluencyjudgmentsReber et al., 1998McGlone & Tofighbakhsh, 2000 Reber & Schwarz, 1999 Contributor© POSbase 2004
What is Perceptual Fluency? © POSbase 2004 The question arises how perceptual fluency is related to objective processing speed. One hypothesis is that speed at different perceptual stages contribute jointly to the subjective experience of ease of processing.
What is Perceptual Fluency? In an experiment, the authors showed words that were written (1) in high versus low figure-ground contrast; (2) in a well-readable versus a moderately readable font (Times versus Tremor). There were three groups of participants who solved different tasks: (1) Judgment of ease with which a word could be perceived; (2) Detection of masked words (early stage in perception); (3) Identification of words (later stage in perception). © POSbase 2004
What is Perceptual Fluency? The results supported the notion that speed at different perceptual stages contribute jointly to the subjective experience of ease of processing: © POSbase 2004 Both contrast and font contributed to the judged ease of perception. Figure ground contrast and font yielded a double dissociation:double dissociation Figure-ground contrast influenced detection performance, but not identification performance. Font influenced identification performance, but not detection performance.
The study of Reber et al. (2006):Reber et al. (2006): © POSbase 2008Contributor People often misjudge their own performance (Kruger, 1999). There are different.
Perceptual Fluency and Affect: Physiological Evidence The authors replicated a study from Reber et al. (1998) which demonstrated effects of perceptual.
© POSbase 2004 Psychology of beauty and philosophy of art Rolf Reber Department of Psychosocial Science University of Bergen.
Fluency and Processing Styles The study of Alter et al. (2007):Alter et al. (2007): It is known that positive mood signal that the interaction between.
False Truth The experiment of Brown and Nix (1996):Brown and Nix (1996): Research indicates that repeated exposure to statements enhances the rated truth.
The study of Bowers et al. (1990):Bowers et al. (1990): What is intuition? Oxford English Dictionary: „The immediate apprehension of an object by the mind.
Fluency and The Moses Illusion The study of Song & Schwarz (2008):Song & Schwarz (2008): It is known that positive mood signal that the interaction between.
Mood and cognitive processing styles The experiment of Bless et al. (1990).Bless et al. (1990). Positive mood is a signal that the interaction with the.
Memory Bias in Anxiety Studies have found evidence that anxious participants selectively attend to threatening information (Mathews & MacLeod, 1986; MacLeod.
Availability: Ease of amount of recall? The study of Schwarz et al. (1991) It has been shown that people overestimate the frequency of men resp. women.
Reading Kafka for Better Learning? The study of Proulx & Heine (2009):Proulx & Heine (2009): Based on the meaning maintenance model (Heine et al., 2006),
“ WE DON’T SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE, WE SEE THINGS AS WE ARE.”
The experiment by Smith et al. (1978):Smith et al. (1978): It has been been shown that retention of learned materials is best when the environmental context.
1Organizational Behavior / Perception. “ WE DON’T SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE, WE SEE THINGS AS WE ARE.”
Cognition © POSbase 2003Contributor Cognition denotes to acts or processes involved in the acquisition, transformation, retrieval, and use of knowledge.
Alcohol Stroop Task Aim of the task: To find out whether alcohol-related content of a stimulus distracts attention from the color-naming task. It is a.
Attentionally Dependent Bilateral Advantage on Numerosity Judgments Jenny Ewing & Nestor Matthews Department of Psychology, Denison University, Granville.
Timing of the brain events underlying access to consciousness during the attentional blink Claire Sergent, Sylvain Baillet, & Stanislas Dehaene.
Culture and the Individual Perception. Everyday Assumptions about Perception Phenomenal absolutism - the assumption that the world is as you see it. Perceptual.
Understanding Action Verbs- Embodied Verbal Semantics Approach Pavan Kumar Srungaram M.Phil Cognitive Science (09CCHL02) Supervisor: Prof. Bapi.
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