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The Oxford Handbook of Attention

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Anna C. Nobre
Oxford Library of Psychology
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During the last three decades, there have been enormous advances in our understanding of the neural mechanisms of selective attention at the network as well as the cellular level.

The Oxford Handbook of Attention brings together the different research areas that constitute contemporary attention research into one comprehensive and authoritative volume. In 40 chapters, it covers the most important aspects of attention research from the areas of cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, human and animal neuroscience, computational modelling, and philosophy.

The book is divided into 4 main sections. Following an introduction from Michael Posner, the books starts by looking at theoretical models of attention. The next two sections are dedicated to spatial attention and non-spatial attention respectively. Within section 4, the authors consider the interactions between attention and other psychological domains. The last two sections focus on attention-related disorders, and finally, on computational models of attention.

Aimed at both scholars and students, the Oxford Handbook of Attention provides a concise and state-of-the-art review of the current literature in this field.
Part A: Introduction; 1 Michael Posner: Current landscape and historical context; Part B: Theoretical Models of Attention; 2 Jeremy Wolfe: Feature integration and guided search; 3 Polly Dalton and Nilli Lavie: Perceptual/Executive load theory; 4 Sabine Kastner and John Serences: A multi-level account of selective attention; 5 Marsel Mesulam and Professor Anna Christina Nobre: Large-scale network model of control; 6 Mark Stokes and John Duncan: Multiple-demand network and adaptive coding; Part C: Spatial Attention; 7 Marisa Carrasco: Spatial covert attention: Perceptual Modulation; 8 Jan Theeuwes: Spatial orienting and attentional capture; 9 Diane Beck and Sabine Kastner: Neural systems of spatial attention (fMRI); 10 Martin Eimer: The time course of spatial attention: Insights from event-related brain potentials; 11 Marlene Cohen and John Maunsell: Neuronal Mechanisms of Spatial Attention in Visual Cerebral Cortex; 12 Jacqueline Gottlieb: Cellular mechanisms of attentional control: Frontal; 13 Kelsey L. Clark, Behrad Noudoost, and Robert J. Schafer and Professor Tirin Moore: Neuronal mechanisms of attentional control: Frontal cortex; 14 Yuri B. Saalmann and Sabine Kastner: Neural mechanisms of Spatial Attention in the Visual Thalamus; 15 Richard J. Krauzlis: Attentional Functions of the Superior Colliculus; 16 Charles Spence: Orienting attention: a crossmodal perspective; 17 Charles E. Schroeder, Jose L. Herrero and Saskia Haegens: Neuronal Dynamics and the Mechanistic Bases of Selective Attention; 18 Trevor Robbins: The neuropharmacology of attention; 19 Michael Posner: Developing attention and self-regulation in childhood; Part D: Non-spatial Attention; 20 Miranda Scolari, Edward F. Ester, and John Serences: Feature- and object-based attentional modulation in the human visual system; 21 Stefan Treue: Object- and feature-based attention: monkey physiology; 22 Kimron Shapiro and Simon Hanslmayr: The Role of Brain Oscillations In The Temporal Limits of Attention; 23 Patrick Cavanagh, Lorella Battelli, and Alex O. Holcombe: Dynamic Attention; 24 Anna Christina Nobre: Temporal orienting; Part E: Interactions between Attention and Other Psychological Domains; 25 Luiz Pessoa: Attention, Motivation, and Emotion; 26 Attention and executive functions; 27 Earl K. Miller and Timothy J. Buschman: Neural mechanisms for the executive control of attention; 28 Brice A. Kuhl and Marvin M. Chun: Memory and Attention; 29 Christopher Summerfield and Tobias Egner: Attention and decision-making; 30 Heiner Deubel: Attention and action; Part F: Attention-related Disorders; 31 Geraint Rees: Attention and awareness; 32 Theodore P. Zanto & Adam Gazzaley: Attention and Aging; 33 Guiseppe Vallar: Unilateral Spatial Neglect; 34 Sanjay Manohar, Valerie Bonnelle and Masud Husain: Neurological disorders of attention; 35 Lynn C. Robertson: Balint's syndrome and the Study of Attention; 36 Ian H. Robertson and Redmond G O'Connell: Rehabilitation of Attention Functions; Part G: Computational Models; 37 Claus Bundesen and Thomas Habekost: Theory of visual attention; 38 Laurent Itti and Ali Borji: Bottom up and contextual effects; 39 Angela Yu: Bayesian models; Part H: Conclusions; 40 Anna Christina Nobre and Sabine Kastner: Outlook and Future Directions

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