Week 3.3 categorisation

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Template models assume that:

What is a significant concern related to template models according to the text?

In template models, how is category membership determined?

What is one of the limitations of template models mentioned in the text?

What is the primary function of feature models?

What aspect is NOT addressed by feature models according to the text?

What is a potential limitation of feature models as per the text?

What is a significant concern related to feature models based on the text?

What do interactive models assume about bottom-up and top-down processing?

What is the effect of context and expectations on category membership in interactive models?

What does the text suggest about the sensitivity of feature models to features and prior knowledge?

How do context and expectations affect the thresholds needed for category membership in interactive models?

What are the two stages in the Feature Integration Model?

What is the primary function of the Feature Integration Model?

What is a significant concern related to template models according to the text?

What does the text suggest about the sensitivity of feature models to features and prior knowledge?

What is the primary focus of a visual search task?

What does the visual search task demonstrate about the relationship between sensation and perception?

What happens to the visual search task as the number of rules increases?

What is the relationship between categorization and basic perception of the environment?

What type of visual search task requires attention and binds features?

In which type of visual search task do reaction times increase further with the number of distractors?

Which model assumes that category membership is determined by matching visual input with stored representations?

Which visual search task does not require attention and has reaction times that do not increase further with the number of distractors?

Which factor makes distinguishing similar stimuli more difficult according to the text?

What does practice reduce in the context of distinguishing similar objects?

What makes people better at distinguishing similar objects?

What are our perceptions of similar objects more influenced by compared to dissimilar objects?

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Explore the concept of template models in visual memory, which assumes the storage of prototypical items and comparison of sensory information to these prototypes. Delve into the advantages and limitations of this model, including its intolerance to deviations and implications for processing speed and context effects.

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