Feature Integration Theory

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Evaluate Feature Integration Theory in contrast to earlier models of attention. How well does Feature integration theory explain how we attend to objects?

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Feature Integration Theory
1 Strengths
2 Weakness
3 Earlier models of attention
3.1 Broadbent -(early processing)
3.1.1 Filter processing
3.2 Serial processing, Deutch and Deutch, 1963
4 How we attend objects
4.1 Filter, shadowing, priming, masking
4.2 Audio
4.2.1 AUDITORY: Dichotic listening, Broadbent 1952, 1954
4.2.2 Attenuation process, Treisman 1960
4.3 Visual
4.3.1 iconic memory
4.3.2 backward masking
4.3.2.1 SOA -Stimulus Onset Asynchrony
4.3.2.2 integration & interruption
4.4 parallel processing
4.4.1 Rapid Serial Visual Pesentation
5 Treisman (late processing)
6 what is FIT?
6.1 feature binding, Treisman and Gelande, 1980
6.2 parallel processing
7 Critisisms
7.1 Flanker effect, Shaffer & LaBerge, 1979)
7.2 Duncan & Humphreys, 1989)
7.3 Driver (2001)
8 effective priming the flankers, Broadbent & Gathercole, 1990)
9 Driver journal (2001)

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