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Environmental context-dependence of memory with respect to the perceptual modalities

Lenny Dale Bushey

Environmental context-dependence of memory with respect to the perceptual modalities

by Lenny Dale Bushey

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Published by Laurentian University, Department of Psychology in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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StatementLenny Bushey.
The Physical Object
Pagination42 l. :
Number of Pages42
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Open LibraryOL20755295M

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Environmental context-dependence of memory with respect to the perceptual modalities by Lenny Dale Bushey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The present study focused on environmental context-dependent memory. Early environmental context studies investigated the influence of various types of places for learning and testing, such as. Odor-Based Context Dependent Memory.

Investigated the idea that effects of environmental context change on memory for events could be enhanced by encouraging Ss to encode target items in. The CEP framework effectively decomposes the kernel P of a CA (Fig. 3a) into the composition of a mapping P 1 from W to a space Y of “raw” perceptual images with a map (labelled B in Hoffman et al.,Fig.

4) corresponding to the construction of a posterior probability distribution on state of the image space Y depends, in turn, on the state of X via the feedback of a Bayesian Cited by: Traditionally, the philosophers’ chestnut, the Inverted Spectrum hypothesis, involves imagining two persons who agree on the colors of objects and the use of color vocabulary, but whose color experiences are nevertheless inverted with respect to each other (see, e.g., John Locke / Book II.

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The Akinson-Shiffrin model proposes that there are 3 stages of memory. Sensory information impacts upon the register of sensory memory, where memory traces are held briefly and before decaying. If we attend to the information, much of it is transferred to (STM).

Perceptual Experience presents new work by fifteen of the world's leading philosophers. All papers are written specially for this volume, and they cover a broad range of topics dealing with sensation and representation, consciousness and awareness, and the connections between perception and knowledge and between perception and action.

New relativism, by contrast with contextualism, aims to achieve this advantage via a much less familiar form of context dependence. Truth-relativism with respect to utterances in area of discourse D is the claim that, following MacFarlane’s notable version of the view: the truth of S’s D-utterance u depends (in part) on a context of.

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reddish-green)—has been one of the central topics in philosophy for centuries. This entry focuses on the contemporary philosophical debate about the nature of the colors.

The scientific understanding of memory has shifted decisively from a ‘reproduction’ to a ‘reconstruction’ model, in which what we remember depends as much on the present as the past. Scientific discussions. Conway, M.

Memory and the self. Journal of Memory and Language, 53, This requires learning, memorization, and evaluation of perceptual input in relational terms and the capacity of coping with possible distortions of the original stimuli due to noise, extrinsic or intrinsic environmental interferences, positional or developmental changes, etc.

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