Automatic and controlled information processing: The role of attention in the processing of novelty

by G Underwood, J Everatt
Handbook of perception and action, Vol ()


U Nottingham, Nottingham, England 9612 (from the chapter) in this discussion of automatic behavior we shall consider input and output activities, with the overview of attention as being necessary for the processing of novel inputs and novel outputs / consider the relationship between attention and automatization / examine the effects of practice upon both /// automatic information processing (Stroop-like interference effects, associative facilitation or associative inhibition, associative facilitation by priming, attention in simultaneous presentations, parafoveal processing--automatic orientation) / failing to integrate unattended messages (unattended ambiguous sentences, attention and comprehension) / inattention and automaticity------- ----------------------------------------------- ------------------ --------Enregistrement 118 de 544 - PsycLIT Chapters & Books 1/87- 12/96

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