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Author Fawcett, Jonathan
Title The Handbook of Attention
Imprint Cambridge : MIT Press, 2015
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Descript 1 online resource (695 pages)
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Attention: From the Laboratory to the Real World and Back Again -- I Attention in the Laboratory -- 1 Controlling Spatial Attention: Lessons from the Lab and Implications for Everyday Life -- 2 Visual Search -- 3 Temporal Orienting of Attention -- 4 What Laboratory Studies of Symbolic Spatial Cues Reveal about the Control of Attention in Everyday Life -- 5 Auditory Selective Attention -- 6 Crossmodal Attention: From the Laboratory to the Real World (and Back Again) -- 7 Task-Set Control and Task Switching -- 8 Using Working Memory to Control Attentional Deployment to Items in Complex Scenes -- 9 Change Blindness and Inattentional Blindness -- 10 Mind Wandering and Attention -- 11 Scene Perception -- 12 Eye Movements and Visual Attention during Reading -- 13 Embodied Attention -- 14 Action and Attention -- 15 Social Attention -- 16 Attention to Eyes in Face Perception -- II Attention in the Real World -- 17 Everyday Visual Attention -- 18 Attention and Driving -- 19 Serial versus Concurrent Multitasking: From Lab to Life -- 20 Attention and Incidental Memory in Everyday Settings -- 21 Eyewitness Memory -- 22 Attention and Misdirection: How to Use Conjuring Experience to Study Attentional Processes -- 23 Action Video Games in the Spotlight: The Case of Attentional Control -- 24 Stress and Attention -- 25 Attention Research in Marketing: A Review of Eye-Tracking Studies -- 26 Exploring Attention in the "Reel" World: Visual and Auditory Influences on Reactions to Wins and Near Misses in Multiline Slot Machine Play -- 27 Attention in Educational Contexts: The Role of the Learning Task in Guiding Attention -- 28 Visual Attention in Sports -- Contributors -- Reviewers -- Index
An authoritative overview of current research on human attention, emphasizing the relation between cognitive phenomena observed in the laboratory and in the real world
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Fawcett, Jonathan The Handbook of Attention Cambridge : MIT Press,c2015 9780262029698
Subject Attention
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Alt Author Risko, Evan
Kingstone, Alan
Abrams, Richard A
Baker, Lewis
Bavelier, Daphne
Best, Virginia
Blake, Adam B
Burgess, Paul W
Castel, Alan D
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