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Subject: [NH] فلم
مثير غنج
مروع في
بيت
دعارة
سوري
شاهد
فضائح
بنات
اليل سكس
مثير و
جامد فلم
سكس مروع
حمل فلم
سكس ساخن
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فلم مثير غنج مروع في بيت دعارة سوري شاهد فضائح بنات اليل سكس مثير و جامد فلم سكس مروع حمل فلم سكس ساخن

http://thebestintheworlds2012.blogspot.com/2011/03/school-of-electronics-and-information.html

 

 

مفاجأة سكس المثير ساخن المصري المثير داخل شركة بعد الدوام بنت مثيرة عارية تمارس مع مدير الشركة  فلم جنس ساخن

http://carinfuture2012.blogspot.com/2011/03/find-cheap-car-insurance-in-8-easy.html

 

 

 

 

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Re: "Attention and Working Memory in Insight Problem-Solving" and more on insight problem solving.

"I even believe that this sustained attention might be a major reason to an increase in intelligence, one is able to think clearly for longer periods of times." Increases in sustained attention v. increases in the ability to manipulate information. Well, I think they equally contribute, simply because a higher than average performance on the n-back task requires a higher than average aptitude for both these cognitive ideas. Optimum performance on the n-back task asks for two behaviors from it's participants. 1. Attend to the stimuli - Attention 2. Update the stimuli - Manipulation On Mar 20, 9:30 pm, Pontus Granström <lepon...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > "Sustained attention and working memory (WM) are closely related functions > that may share common mechanisms. The authors assessed sustained attention > in schizophrenia patients and healthy comparison subjects using visuomotor > tracking tasks under varying distractor loads. The attentional effort > expended to deal with distractors was lower in patients and showed > significant association with WM, executive function and negative symptoms in > that group. It is proposed that the anterior attention system of > sustained attention > models and the executive function of the WM model describe the same or a > closely related mechanism that is located in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and > is impaired in schizophrenia." > > I would have to agree with Arkanj3l here. N-backing requires extensive > sustained attention over long time spans. I even believe that this sustained > attention might be a major reason to an increase in intelligence, one is > able to think clearly for longer periods of times. > > On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 1:43 AM, Arkanj3l > <kenneth.bruskiew...@xxxxxxxxx>wrote: > > > Kind of like the correlation/causation deal on the novelty study, > > though: There's nothing here to suggest that the two interfere with > > each other. The correlation between sustained attention and > > performance on the insight task was negative but laughably small > > (-0.079). > > > On Mar 20, 8:34 am, Arkanj3l <kenneth.bruskiew...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > "Sustained Attention Response Task This computer-based task requires > > > participants to make a response (press the > > > spacebar) every time they see a number, except when that number is > > > three in which case they have to withhold the response." > > > > This reminds me of lure trials/interference, but not exactly. > > > > On Mar 20, 7:39 am, Arkanj3l <kenneth.bruskiew...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > > I'd argue that DNB is a task that does require sustained attention; > > > > selective attention a bit less so, as of course one has to remember > > > > the entire sequence. But sustained, definitely. > > > > > On Mar 20, 2:29 am, Gwern Branwen <gwe...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > > > On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 10:09 PM, Arkanj3l > > > > > > <kenneth.bruskiew...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > > > Attention and Working Memory in Insight Problem-Solving > > >http://www.psych.unito.it/csc/cogsci05/frame/poster/2/f285-murray.pdf > > > > > > > Abstract: > > > > > > Individuals differ in their ability to solve insight problems. We > > > > > > suggest that differences in attention switching and working memory > > > > > > skills underlie differences in insight problem solving ability. We > > > > > > consider the results of an experiment that shows that correct > > > > > > performance on a range of insight problems is related to correct > > > > > > performance on measures of attention-switching and working memory > > > > > > storage and processing, but not to measures of selective attention > > and > > > > > > sustained attention. We discuss the implications of the results for > > > > > > understanding the component     when they work on a non-insight > > problem > > > > > > exhibit an processes in insight problem solving. > > > > > > Interesting - they found correlations to the strength of 0.39-0.5 for > > > > > the attention switching and working memories measures; a combination > > > > > of attention switching and working memory would seem to describe DNB > > > > > well. (And not so much selective attention or sustained attention.) > > > > > > It's a little annoying that they didn't control for IQ. As it is, the > > > > > results seem to be consistent with smarter people have more WM and > > > > > also being able to solve insight problems with said IQ. But I've > > added > > > > > it to the FAQ's creativity section anyway. > > > > > > -- > > > > > gwernhttp://www.gwern.net > > > -- > > You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups > > "Dual N-Back, Brain Training & Intelligence" group. > > To post to this group, send email to brain-training@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > To unsubscribe from this group, send email to > > brain-training+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > For more options, visit this group at > >http://groups.google.com/group/brain-training?hl=en. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Dual N-Back, Brain Training & Intelligence" group. To post to this group, send email to brain-training@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this group, send email to brain-training+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/brain-training?hl=en.

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