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REDUCING ATTENTIONAL BLINK: COLOR VS. SOUND
Prior research on attentional blink (AB) has demonstrated that although this attention diminishes with exposure to different stimuli, attention training paradigms to reduce AB are still being explored. Questions remain as ...
"SIMPLE AS DO RE ME, ABC": LANGUAGE, MUSIC, AND WORKING MEMORY
The present study examines the underlying cognitive framework involved in the active processing of information. Active processing takes place in working memory, popularly associated with Baddeley and Hitch's (1974) ...
TIME FLEW -- I MUST BE HAVING FUN: THE EFFECT OF TIME PERCEPTION ON TASK ENJOYMENT
It is well known that when people are engaged in an enjoyable task, time seems to pass quickly. This study explored the converse of this phenomenon by examining the effect of an accelerated sense of time, created using ...
Predicting optimal experience: examining flow from the perspective of motivational intensity theory
The present research explores the relationship between Csikszentmihalyi’s theory of optimal experience, or flow, (Csikszentmihalyi, 1990) and Brehm’s integrated model of motivational intensity theory (Brehm & Self, 1989; ...
Anxiety, attention, and mindfulness following focused attention and open-monitoring mindfulness meditation
Research on the effects of mindfulness meditation has been growing exponentially over the past three decades. The purpose of this present study is to explore whether different types of mindfulness meditative techniques ...
The time course of attentional selection : an ERP investigation
The N2pc ERP component has been associated with the deployment of visual attention to regions in visual space (Luck & Hillyard, 1994a, Luck & Hillyard, 1994b). Several hypotheses have been advanced regarding what specific ...