The visual system has specialized areas for perceiving faces, bodies, and places, but not other kinds of objects. Why do you think we have specialized areas for these functions but not others? (Use information from your text, as well as from Scripture, to support your answer).
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In Experiment 1, the effect of value on recognition, rec- ollection, and familiarity was measured using the Remember-Know task. This task relies on participants’ introspection about the characteristics of their recognition
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judgments. For each test item that is judged ‘‘old”, partici- pants decide if their recognition is based on remembering the study episode for the item, or if they simply knew the item had been presented due to a strong sense of familiar- ity. This method for assessing recollection and familiarity have been used widely and it has been shown that partic- ipants are able to use Remember and Know responses to accurately differentiate between episodic and non- episodic memory (Dudukovic & Knowlton, 2006; Gardiner, Ramponi, & Richardson-Klavehn, 1998; McCabe, Geraci, Boman, Sensenig, & Rhodes, 2011). After studying a long list of words that are assigned either a high or low point-value, we hypothesized the following effects on the Remember-Know test. First, high-value words will be cor- rectly recognized overall more often than low-value words, Second, we hypothesized that high-value words will receive a greater proportion of trials with remember responses due to deeper semantic processing of these items and/or binding of these items to the study context. Conversely, there may also be an increase in Know responses for high-value items if value increased overall memory strength.