認知心理学オンライン実験室(CogLab)<br>Coglab Online with Access Code, Version 2.0 (4TH)

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認知心理学オンライン実験室(CogLab)
Coglab Online with Access Code, Version 2.0 (4TH)

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基本説明

認知心理学の重要なコンセプトを様々な実験を通して理解する学習ソフトウェア。

Full Description


Don't go to class without it! COGLAB clarifies key concepts in cognitive psychology using a variety of classic and current experiments that you actually participate in to show you how the mind works. Nothing is more powerful than seeing the effects of these experiments yourself! Experiencing a variety of important experimental studies will help you understand each experiment, the data, and the significance of the study. And now, you can access COGLAB from anywhere in the world through the Internet with a web browser that supports java programming.

Table of Contents

Introduction to CogLab                             3  (1)
Getting Started with CogLab 4 (1)
Running a CogLab Experiment 5 (1)
Ways of Summarizing CogLab Data 6 (1)
Sources of CogLab Data 7 (1)
Working with CogLab Data 8 (1)
CogLab Help 9 (3)
Experiments
Attentional Blink 12 (3)
Change Detection 15 (3)
Simon Effect 18 (3)
Spatial Cueing 21 (3)
Stroop Effect 24 (3)
Apparent Motion 27 (3)
Garner Interference 30 (3)
Muller-Lyer Illusion 33 (3)
Signal Detection 36 (3)
Visual Search 39 (3)
Brain Asymmetry 42 (4)
Blind Spot 46 (4)
Receptive Fields 50 (4)
Metacontrast Masking 54 (3)
Modality Effect 57 (2)
Partial Report 59 (4)
Suffix Effect 63 (3)
Brown-Peterson 66 (3)
Position Error 69 (3)
Sternberg Search 72 (3)
Irrelevant Speech Effect 75 (3)
Memory Span 78 (3)
Operation Span 81 (3)
Phonological Similarity Effect 84 (3)
Encoding Specificity 87 (3)
Levels of Processing 90 (3)
Serial Position 93 (3)
Von Restorff Effect 96 (2)
False Memory 98 (3)
Forgot-It-All-Along Effect 101(3)
Remember/Know 104(3)
Link Word 107(3)
Mental Rotation 110(3)
Categorical Perception -- Identification 113(3)
Categorical Perception -- Discrimination 116(3)
Lexical Decision 119(3)
Word Superiority 122(3)
Absolute Identification 125(3)
Implicit Learning 128(3)
Prototypes 131(4)
Monty Hall 135(3)
Decision Making 138(3)
Risky Decisions 141(4)
Typical Reasoning 145(3)
Wason Selection Task 148(3)
Glossary 151