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The Psychology of attention

The Psychology of attention

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Underwood, Geoffrey.
Title Statement
The Psychology of attention / edited by Geoffrey Underwood.
Publication, Distribution, etc
England :   Edward Elgar Publishing Limited ,   1993.  
Physical Medium
2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
International library of critical writings in psychology ; no. 5.
ISBN
1852787562 (set) :
General Note
An Elgar Reference Collection.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Attention.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements =ⅸ
Introduction = xiii
PART Ⅰ EARLY DATA AND EARLY(AND LATE) SELECTION THEORIES
 1. 'Some Experiments  on the  Recognition of Speech, with One and with Two Ears', Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 25(5), September, 975-9 / E. Colin Cherry(1953) = 3
 2. 'A Mechanical Model for Human Attention and Immediate Memory', Psychological Review, 64(3), 205-15 / D.E. Broadbent(1957) = 8
 3. 'Attention in Dichotic Listening : Affective Cues and the Influence of Instructions', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, XI, 56-60 / Neville Moray(1959) = 19
 4. 'Contextual Cues in Selective Listening', Quarterly Journal  of Experimental Psychology,  XII, 242-8 / Anne M. Treisman(1960) = 24
 5. 'Grouping Strategies with Simultaneous Stimuli', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology XII, 180-84 / J.A. Gray ; A. A. I. Wedderburn(1960) = 31
 6. 'Attention : Some Theoretical Considerations', Psychological Review, 70(1), January, 80-90 / J. A. Deutsch ; D. Deutsch(1963) = 36
 7. 'Perception and Retention of Verbal Information Presented during Auditory Shadowing', Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 36(8), August, 1459-64 / G.H. Mowbray(1964) = 47
 8. 'Memory for Nonattended Auditory Material', Cognitive Psychology, 1, 149-56 / Sam Glucksberg ; George N. Cowen Jr. = 53
 9. 'Toward a Theory of Memory and Attention', Psychological Review, 75(6), November, 522-36 / Donald A. Norman(1968) = 61
 10. 'Memory while Shadowing', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 21, 85-93 / Donald A. Norman(1969) = 76
 11. 'Selective Attention : Perception or Response?', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, XIX, Part 1, 1-17 / Anne Treisman ; Gina Geffen(1967) = 85
 12. 'Comments on "Selective Attention : Perception or Response?"', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, XIX, 362-3 / J. A. Deutsch ; Diana Deutsch(1967) = 102
 13. 'Auditory Evoked Potentials during Selective Listening to Dichotic Speech Messages', Perception and Psychophysics, 20(4), October, 236-42 / Robert F. Hink ; Steven A. Hillyard(1976) = 104
 14. 'Flexibility and Capacity Demands of Attention', Journal of Experimental Psychology : Ganeral, 107(4), December, 420-35 / William A. Johnston ; Steven P. Heinz(1978) = 111
 15. 'Perceptual Processing of Nontargets in an Attention Task', Memory and Cognition, 8(4), July, 372-7 / William A. Johnston ; Jolynn Wilson(1980) = 127
 16. 'A Feature-Integration Theory of Attention', Cognitive Psychology, 12(1), January, 97-136 / Anne M. Treisman ; Garry Gelade(1980) = 133
 17. 'Features and Objects : The Fourteenth Bartlett Memorial Lecture', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 40A(2), 201-37 / Anne Treisman(1988) = 173
PART Ⅱ THE BREAKTHROUGH OF THE UNATTENDED AND TWO-CHANNEL PROCESSING
 18. 'Semantic Processing of Unattended Messages Using Dichotic Listening', Journal of Experimental Psychology, 85(2), August, 225-8 / Joe L. Lewis(1970) = 213
 19. 'Autonomic Responses to Shock-Associated Words in an Unattended Channel', Journal of Experimental Psychology, 94(3), August, 308-13 / R.S. Corteen ; B. Wood(1972) = 217
 20. 'Resolving Ambiguity : Effects of Biasing Context in the Unattended Ear', Cognition, 1(4), 359-71 / J.R. Lackner ; M. F. Garrett(1972) = 223
 21. 'Selective Looking : Attending to  Visually Specified Events', cognitive Psychology,  7, 480-94 / Ulric Neisser ; Robert Becklen(1975) = 236
 22. 'Studies of Interference in Serial Verbal Reactions', Journal of Experimental Psychology, XVIII(6), December, 643-62 / J. Ridley Stroop(1935) = 251
 23. 'Semantic Processing of Non-Attended Visual Information', Canadian Journal of Psychology, 30, 15-21 / Mark Dallas ; Phillip M. Merikle(1976) = 271
 24. 'Semantic Interference from Unattended Printed Words', British Journal of Psychology, 67(3), August, 327-37 / Geoffrey Underwood(1976) = 278
 25. 'Automatic Semantic Processing of Unattended Words', Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behaviour 18(4), August, 413-26 / William O. Shaffer ; David LaBerge(1979) = 289
 26. 'The Negative Priming Effect : Inhibitory Priming by Ignored Objects', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 37A, 571-90 / Steven P. Tipper(1985) = 303
PART Ⅲ AUTOMATED INPUT RECOGNITION
 27. 'Toward a Theory of Automatic Information Processing in Reading', Cognitive Psychology, 6, 293-323 / David LaBerge ; S. Jay Samuels(1974) = 325
 28. 'Attention and Cognitive Control', in Robert L. Solso(ed.), Information Processing and Cognition : The Loyola Symposium, Hillsdale : Erlbaum, 55-85 / Michael I. Posner ; Charles R.R. Snyder(1975) = 356
 29. 'Semantic Priming and Retrieval from Lexical Memory : Roles  of Inhibitionless Spreading Activation and Limited-Capacity Attention', Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 106(3), September, 226-54 / James H. Neely(1977) = 387
 30. 'Moray vs. the Rest : The Effects of Extended Shadowing Practice', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 26, 368-72 / Geoffrey Underwood(1974) = 416
 31. 'On Data-Limited and Resource-Limited Processes', Cognitive Psychology, 7, 44-64 / Donald A. Norman and Daniel G. Bobrow(1975) = 421
 32. 'Controlled and Automatic Human Information Processing : Ⅰ. Detection, Search, and Attention', Psychological Review, 84(1), January, 1-66 / Walter Schneider ; Richard M. Shiffrin(1977) = 442
 33. 'Controlled and Automatic Human Information Processing : Ⅱ. Perceptual Learning, Automatic Attending, and a General Theory', Psychological Review, 84(2), March, 127-90 / Richard M. Shiffrin ; Walter Schneider(1977) = 508
 34. 'Reassessing the Automaticity-Control Distinction : Item  Recognition  as a Paradigm Case', Psychological Review, 90(2), April, 171-8 / Colin Ryan(1983) = 572
 35. 'Assessing  Automaticity', Acta Psychologica, Special Issue, 60, 157-71 / John Jonides ; Moshe Naive-Benjamin ; John Palmer(1985) = 580
 36. 'On the Control of Automatic Processes : A Parallel Distributed Processing Account of the Stroop Effect', Psychological Review, 97(3), July, 332-61 / Jonathan D. Cohen ; Kevin Dunbar and James L. McClelland(1990) = 595
Name Index = 625


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