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Effortless attention : a new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action

Author: Brian Bruya
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : The MIT Press, ©2010
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The phenomena of effortless attention and action and the challenges they pose to current cognitive models of attention and action.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Bruya
ISBN: 9780262013840 0262013843 9780262513951 0262513951
OCLC Number: 809383866
Notes: "A Bradford book."
Effortful attention control / Brandon J. Schmeichel and Roy F. Baumeister. The benefits and perils of attentional control / Marci S. DeCaro and Sian L. Beilock. Effortless motor learning?: an external focus of attention enhances movement effectiveness and efficiency / Gabriele Wulf and Rebecca Lewthwaite. The impact of anticipated cognitive demand on attention and behavioral choice / Joseph T. McGuire and Matthew M. Botvinick. Grounding attention in action control: the intentional control of selection / Bernhard Hommel. Implicit versus deliberate control and its implications for awareness / Chris Blais. Effortless attention, hypofrontality, and perfectionism / Arne Dietrich and Oliver Stoll. Effortless attention in everyday life: a systematic phenomenology / Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Robert D. Wall. Developing an experimental induction of flow: effortless action in the lab / Arlen C. Moller, Brain P. Meier, and Robert D. Wall. The physiology of efforless attention: correlates of state flow and flow proneness / Fredrik Ullén ... [et al.]. Apertures, draw, and syntax: remodeling attention / Brian Bruya. Toward an empirically responsible ethics: cognitive science, virtue ethics, and effortless attention in early Chinese thought / Edward Slingerland. Flow experience explained on the grounds of an activity approach to attention / Yuri Dormashev. Two to tango: automatic social coordination and the role of felt effort / Joshua M. Ackerman and John A. Bargh. The thalamic gateway: how the meditative training of attention evolves toward selfless transformations of consciousness / James H. Austin. Training effortless attention / Michael I. Posner ... [et al.]
Description: viii, 449 s. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Effortful attention control / Brandon J. Schmeichel and Roy F. Baumeister --
The benefits and perils of attentional control / Marci S. DeCaro and Sian L. Beilock --
Effortless motor learning?: an external focus of attention enhances movement effectiveness and efficiency / Gabriele Wulf and Rebecca Lewthwaite --
The impact of anticipated cognitive demand on attention and behavioral choice / Joseph T. McGuire and Matthew M. Botvinick --
Grounding attention in action control: the intentional control of selection / Bernhard Hommel --
Implicit versus deliberate control and its implications for awareness / Chris Blais --
Effortless attention, hypofrontality, and perfectionism / Arne Dietrich and Oliver Stoll --
Effortless attention in everyday life: a systematic phenomenology / Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Robert D. Wall --
Developing an experimental induction of flow: effortless action in the lab / Arlen C. Moller, Brain P. Meier, and Robert D. Wall --
The physiology of efforless attention: correlates of state flow and flow proneness / Fredrik Ullén ... [et al.]. Apertures, draw, and syntax: remodeling attention / Brian Bruya --
Toward an empirically responsible ethics: cognitive science, virtue ethics, and effortless attention in early Chinese thought / Edward Slingerland --
Flow experience explained on the grounds of an activity approach to attention / Yuri Dormashev --
Two to tango: automatic social coordination and the role of felt effort / Joshua M. Ackerman and John A. Bargh --
The thalamic gateway: how the meditative training of attention evolves toward selfless transformations of consciousness / James H. Austin --
Training effortless attention / Michael I. Posner ... [et al.].
Responsibility: edited by Brian Bruya

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