Psychology

The method for extracting information automatically from a stimulus is the __________.
A. Stroop effect
B. just noticeable difference
C. preattentive process
D. attentive process
I believe it is B

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  1. I'm pretty sure the correct answer is C.

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  2. Pre-attentive processing. Pre-attentive processing is the subconscious accumulation of information from the environment. All available information is pre-attentively processed. Then, the brain filters and processes what is important.

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