Encoding is the process of inputing. This is a old punch card machine. It punched holes in cards that were fed into a super-computer that filled a room. Your watch and phone now have more computing power than those old beasts but the need for inputing hasn’t changed. It has just gotten faster. Humans are the fastest encoders in the world. Every day you input and process millions of data points.
Here is my box for you:
- Watch the first video.
- Watch whatever portions of the others you wish.
Read these posts (if there are links):
By the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
- Compare and contrast inattentional- and change-blindness
- Compare the Pollyanna, von Restorff and Zeigarnik effects
- Describe 3 types of distinctiveness
- Compare DSRP and ROPES
Here are the Terms for Encoding
Here are the Notes on Encoding
And now a Quiz about Encoding
What first time experiences are most vivid to you now?
Links to explore