Consciousness

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Mind Map by , created about 6 years ago

Hons Degree DD303 Cognitive Psychology (Consciousness) Mind Map on Consciousness, created by gloriachan on 10/02/2013.

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gloriachan
Created by gloriachan about 6 years ago
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1 Definition
1.1 Dualism vs Monism
1.1.1 Monism
1.1.1.1 Eliminative Materialism vs Functionalism
1.1.2 Dualism - Strong and Weak Form / Difference in Conscious states and physical states
1.2 Phenomenal vs AccessConsciousness
1.3 Hard and Easy Problems Explanatory Gap
2 Studies and Techniques
2.1 Implicit Memory
2.1.1 Word-stem Completion Task
2.1.2 False Fame Effect
2.1.3 Priming Effects
2.1.4 Amnesiacs patients
2.2 Implicit Learning
2.2.1 Subliminal Presentaiton
2.2.1.1 Equally Subliminal? / Equipment
2.2.1.1.1 Test learning of hidden rules
2.2.1.1.1.1 Artificial Grammar Learning (Rebel 1967)
2.2.2 Evaluation
2.2.2.1 Deeprose et al 2004 evidence of priming during surgery
2.3 Controlled vs Automatic Processing
2.3.1 Suppressing Controlled Procesing
2.3.1.1 Atkinson & Shiffrin's Model of Memory
2.3.1.1.1 LTM (automatic) / STM (controlled)
2.3.1.1.1.1 search for targets in arrays of distracters in consistent or varied mapping condition
2.4 Structure
2.4.1 Unitary or Modular
2.4.1.1 Neuropsychological study (G.Y.) Blindsight
3 Function
3.1 Behaviour Control
3.1.1 Contention Scheduling Process and SAS
3.2 Alter Mood Change
3.3 Learn from Mistakes
3.4 CrossTalk
3.5 Preventing Sensory Overload
4 Theories
4.1 Working Memory Baddeley 1993
4.1.1 Outline/Criticism-Multiple Draft Theory
4.2 Global Workspace Baars 1997
4.2.1 WM like Theatre
4.2.1.1 Evaluation: mixed evidence of brain regions
5 What Can be Learned From Cognitive Psychology
5.1 Generate Hypothesis
5.2 Discover Cognitive Correlates of Consciousness
5.3 Useful Techniques for research
5.4 Solution to easy cognitive processes

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