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Visual masking [electronic resource] : studying perception, attention, and consciousness

Visual masking [electronic resource] : studying perception, attention, and consciousness

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Bachmann, Talis. Francis, Gregory.
Title Statement
Visual masking [electronic resource] : studying perception, attention, and consciousness / Talis Bachmann, University of Tartu, Estonia; Gregory Francis, Purdue University, USA.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Burlington :   Elsevier Science,   2014.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (vii, 108 p.). : ill.
ISBN
9780128003831 0128003839
요약
Visual masking is a technique used in cognitive research to understand pre-conscious processes (e.g., priming), consciousness, visual limits, and perception issues associated with psychopathology. This work is a short format review of research using visual masking: how it's been used, and what these experiments have discovered. It's a strategic fit to our other cognitive psychology titles. Review of research using visual masking How it's been usedWhat these experiments have discovered.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Front Cover; Visual Masking: Studying Perception, Attention, and Consciousness; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Visual Masking: Studying Perception, Attention, and Consciousness; 1 Introduction; 2 The Concept of Masking, Varieties of Masking, and Main Theories of Masking; 3 Learning and Individual Differences in Masking; 4 Criterion Contents and Subjective Contents in Masking; 4.1 Sensitivity, Bias, and Level of Awareness; 4.2 Criterion Contents in Masking; 4.3 Subjective Reports of Visibility in Masking; 5 Masking and Attention: Pre- and Posttarget Effects; 6 Masking and Attention: OSM.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-108).
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Visual perception. Visual masking. Visual Perception.
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505 8 ▼a 10 Uncovering the Microgenetic Mechanisms and Stages of Visual Processing by Masking11 Novel Approaches in Masking Research; 12 Masking by TMS; 13 Modeling and Theoretical Accounts of Masking; 14 Psychopharmacological and Genetic Factors in Masking; 15 Applied Aspects of Masking Research: Medicine and Technology; 15.1 Masking Methods and Psychopathology; 15.2 Studying Masking in the Context of Medicine and Technology; 16 Generalizations and Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References.
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Table of Contents

Front Cover; Visual Masking: Studying Perception, Attention, and Consciousness; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Visual Masking: Studying Perception, Attention, and Consciousness; 1 Introduction; 2 The Concept of Masking, Varieties of Masking, and Main Theories of Masking; 3 Learning and Individual Differences in Masking; 4 Criterion Contents and Subjective Contents in Masking; 4.1 Sensitivity, Bias, and Level of Awareness; 4.2 Criterion Contents in Masking; 4.3 Subjective Reports of Visibility in Masking; 5 Masking and Attention: Pre- and Posttarget Effects; 6 Masking and Attention: OSM.
6.1 Behavioral Psychophysical Studies6.2 Psychophysiology and Neuroscience of OSM; 6.3 Modeling OSM; 6.4 Varieties of OSM Application; 7 Masking and NCC; 7.1 Masking Combined with fMRI; 7.2 Masking Combined with EEG Recordings; 7.3 Masking Combined with MEG Recordings; 7.4 Other Approaches; 8 Masked Priming and Unconscious Processing; 9 How Masking Depends on the Visual Characteristics of the Target and Mask Stimuli; 9.1 Effects of Stimuli Attributes on Masking; 9.2 Effects of Masked Stimuli on Mask Appearance.
10 Uncovering the Microgenetic Mechanisms and Stages of Visual Processing by Masking11 Novel Approaches in Masking Research; 12 Masking by TMS; 13 Modeling and Theoretical Accounts of Masking; 14 Psychopharmacological and Genetic Factors in Masking; 15 Applied Aspects of Masking Research: Medicine and Technology; 15.1 Masking Methods and Psychopathology; 15.2 Studying Masking in the Context of Medicine and Technology; 16 Generalizations and Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References.

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