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Fechner showed there was not a 1:1 relationship between the physical and mental.
Helmholtz unconscious inference: make conclusions about the world around us without complete data; we use prior experiences to perceive whats around us.
Wundt (structuralism)four schools of thought: structure, function, association, behavior.
Titchner (structuralism) know the parts that make up the whole (conscious).
James (functionalism) father of American psychology, wrote principles in psychology.
Ebbinhaus (association) believed you learned through rehearsal. Created the learning curve.
Watson (behaviorism) the father of behavior; classical conditioning.
Skinner (behaviorism) operant conditioning.
Lashley (psychobiology) rejected behaviorist view and thought the brain linked to the cognitive process.
Hebb (psychobiology) first to come up with theory of how the brain connects to cognitive process.
Shannon how we transfer info across platform: info source, transmitter, channel, receiver.
Cherry (selective/divided attention) cocktail party effect and shadowing.
Broadbent (filter model) flap, lose info, doesn't catch it all.
Tresman (attenuation model)hear both stimuli but one is weakened.
McKay Dichotic Listening
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