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  1. Spatial Neglect

    A Clinical Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment

    By Peter W Halligan, Ian Robertson

    Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition

    Spatial neglect is a profound clinical problem as well as intriguing scientific problem. In the last ten years, there has been an explosion of interest in this disorder, which as a result is no longer viewed as a single entity, but rather as a number of different disorders. This book is an attempt...

    Published July 6th 2000 by Psychology Press

  2. Mechanisms Of Visual Attention: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective

    A Special Issue of Visual Cognition

    Edited by Sabine Massen, Werner,X,Schneider

    Series: Special Issues of Visual Cognition

    In order to produce coherent behaviour in a complex world, forms of visual attention are necessary in order for us to select appropriate objects for action. Over the past ten years, there have been considerable advances in research into visual attention, with many of these advances linked to...

    Published May 27th 1998 by Psychology Press

  3. Attention

    Edited by Harold Pashler

    Series: Studies in Cognition

    This collection of essays, intended as a text for students, examines the different facets of research into attention. The book is divided into two sections: one deals with psychological research into such areas as visual search, dual-task interference and attentional bottleneck; the other deals...

    Published February 27th 1998 by Psychology Press

  4. The Psychology of Attention

    By Elizabeth Styles

    Views on attention have undergone continuous evolution since the early work of the 1950s. Since that time, the questions asked about attention, consciousness and control have changed, and evidence drawn into the debate comes not only from experimental psychology, but also from neurophysiology,...

    Published October 16th 1997 by Psychology Press

  5. Unilateral Neglect

    Clinical And Experimental Studies

    Edited by John Marshall, Ian Robertson

    Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition

    Unilateral neglect is a fairly common disorder, usually associated with a stroke, which results in a neglect or lack of attention to one side of space usually, but not exclusively, the left. Theoretically, it is one of the most interesting and important areas in neuropsychology; practically, it is...

    Published August 26th 1993 by Psychology Press