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The Attentive Brain

edited by Raja Parasuraman
Format
Book
Published
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c1998.
Language
English
ISBN
0262161729 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Attentive brain: issues and prospects / Raja Parasuraman
  • Neuroanatomy of visual attention / Maree J. Webster and Leslie G. Ungerleider
  • Neurochemistry of attention / Richard T. Marrocco and Matthew C. Davidson
  • Neurophysiology of visual attention / Brad C. Motter
  • Electrophysiological approaches to the study of selective attention in the human brain / Steven J. Luck and Massimo Girelli
  • Functional anatomy of visual attention in the human brain: studies with positron emission tomography / Maurizio Corbetta
  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging and the study of attention / James V. Haxby, Susan M. Courtney, and Vincent P. Clark
  • Cortical lesions and attenton / Diane Swick and Robert T. Knight
  • Computational architectures for attention / Ernst Niebur and Christof Koch
  • Arousal and attention: psychopharmacological and neuropsychological studies in experimental animals / Trevor W. Robbins
  • Brain systems of vigilance / Raja Parasuraman, Joel S. Warm, and Judi E. See
  • Visuospatial attention and parietal function: their role in object perception / Lynn C. Robertson
  • Attention, pattern recognition, and pop-out in visual search / Ken Nakayama and Julian S. Joseph
  • Attention and visual object segmentation / Jon Driver and Gordon C. Baylis
  • Divided attention: narrowing the gap between brain and behavior / Jochen Braun
  • Spatial working memory and spatial selective attention / Edward Awh and John Jonides
  • Attention and language / Ira Fischler
  • Executive attention: conflict, target detection, and cognitive control / Michael I. Posner and Gregory J. DiGirolamo
  • Developing an attentive brain / Mark H. Johnson
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: symptom domains, cognitive processes, and neural networks / James Swanson, Michael I. Posner, et al.
  • Selective attention in aging and dementia / Raja Parasuraman and Pamela M. Greenwood
  • Neglect / Robert D. Rafal
  • Mind adrift: attentional dysregulation in schizophrenia / Paul G. Nestor and Brian F. O'Donnell.
Description
xii, 577 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Notes
  • "A Bradford book."
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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