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Feature Integration Model: Stages of Feature Integration Model

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Feature integration model proposed by Anne Terisman and Garry Gelade in 1980 is a psychological model of human visual attention. According this theory when perceiving a stimulus, features are “registered early, automatically, and in parallel, while objects are identified separately” and at a later stage in processing.

Stages of Feature Integration Model

Stages of feature integration model

Stages of Feature Integration Model

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Treisman explained about two stages of feature integration theory.

  • Pre-attentive Stage: It is the first stage in which the brain collects basic information like color, shape and movement of the objects found in the

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Intelligence: Das, Kar and Parilla

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Das, Kar and Parilla

According to David Wechsler, intelligence is the aggregate or global capacity of the individual to act purposefully, to think rationally and to deal effectively with his environment.

Jagannath Prasad Das is an international scholar, who focused on redefining human intelligence by providing an empirical support. He defined intelligence as the sum total of all cognitive processes. It entails planning, coding of information and attention, as well as arousal. His major contribution to psychology is the PASS theory of intelligence.

Pass theory of intelligen

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