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The distracted mind : ancient brains in a high-tech world

The distracted mind : ancient brains in a high-tech world

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Gazzaley, Adam. Rosen, Larry D.
Title Statement
The distracted mind : ancient brains in a high-tech world / Adam Gazzaley and Larry D. Rosen.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, MA :   MIT Press,   c2016.  
Physical Medium
xv, 286 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780262034944 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Content Notes
Interference -- Goals -- Cognitive control -- The brain and control -- Control limitations -- Fluctuations and variations -- The psychology of technology -- Juggling chainsaws: the impact of constantly shifting our attention -- The impact of technology on special populations -- Why do we interrupt ourselves so much when we know it is not good for us? (with Adam Gazzaley) -- Boosting control (Adam Gazzaley) -- Overcoming the distracted mind using strategies to modify your behavior (Larry Rosen).
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Distraction (Psychology). Attention. Information society. Information technology --Social aspects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments	p. vii
Prologue	p. xiii
I	Cognition and the Essence of Control	p. 1
1	    Interference	p. 3
2	    Goals and Cognitive Control	p. 19
3	    The Brain and Control	p. 39
4	    Control Limitations	p. 63
5	    Variations and Fluctuations	p. 81
II	Behavior in a High-Tech World	p. 99
6	    The Psychology of Technology	p. 101
7	    The Impact of Constantly Shifting Our Attention	p. 123
8	    The Impact of Technology on Diverse Populations	p. 143
9	    Why Do We Interrupt Ourselves?	p. 159
III	Taking Control	p. 181
10	    Boosting Control	p. 183
11	    Modifying Behavior	p. 213
Notes	p. 239
Index	p. 279

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