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AS PE Info Pro Model

AQA AS PE Information Processing Models

Name the two models of information processing? Whiting's & Welford's
What is selctive attention? The process of picking out and focusing on those parts of the display that are relevant to our performance.
What are the 4 stages of a simple information processing model? Input Decision Making Output Feedback
Decision making is made up of 3 seperate stages. What are they? Stimulus Identification Stage Response Selection Stage Response Programming Stage
How do Welford's and Whiting's information processing models vary? Welford's includes long-term and short-term memory
What does the term display mean? The environment that provides information for the senses
What senses receive information during the input stage of the information processing model? Eyes Ears Touch Equilibrium Kinaesthesis Proprioceptors
What happens during the 4 stages of the simple information processing model Input - Senses receive information from the display Decision Making - what to do Output - Producing the movement Feedback - Was the performance successful or unsuccessful
Created by: Havoth