Invariances in Human Information Processing examines and identifies processing universals and how they are implemented in elementary judgemental processes. This edited collection offers evidence that these universals can be extracted and identified from observing law-like principles in perception, cognition, and action. Addressing memory operations, development, and conceptual learning, this book considers basic and complex meso- and makro-stages of information processing. Chapter authors provide theoretical accounts of cognitive processing that may offer tools for identification of functional components in brain activity in cognitive neuroscience

part I|97 pages

Micro-Stages in Information Processing

chapter 1|48 pages

Deciphering the Time Code of the Brain

From Psychophysical Invariants to Universals of Neural Organization

chapter 2|12 pages

Dynamical Constants and Time Universals

Relating and Resolving Two Theories of Cognitive Microstructure

chapter 3|19 pages

Measuring the Processing Epoch for Decision Processes

A Paper in Honor of Hans-Georg Geissler

chapter 4|16 pages

The Concepts of Perceived Magnitude and Dynamic Range

What They Reveal About the Nature of Sensory Systems

part II|122 pages

Meso-Stages in Information Processing

part III|68 pages

Macro-Stages of Information Processing

chapter 10|26 pages

Auditory Attention in Children and Adults

A Psychophysiological Approach

chapter 11|28 pages

Reading Haiku

What Eye Movements Reveal About the Construction of Literary Meaning – A Pilot Study

chapter 12|12 pages

Retrieval Processes in Person Memory

Discrete Levels of Search Time

part IV|13 pages


chapter |11 pages

Leipzig-Berlin and Back

Science Put in a Life-Story