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TOWARD A THEORY OF MENTAL EFFORT
AROUSAL AND ATTENTION
ATTENTION AND PERCEPTION
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allocation of attention analyzers attributes auditory behavior Berlyne Broadbent causes channel chapter color complex concurrent criterion cues demands detection dichotic difficulty digits dilation dimension discrimination learning divided attention effect effort elicit encoding evidence example experiment Experimental Psychology eye movements figural emphasis filter theory fixation function grouping high arousal hypothesis increase inputs instructed interference interpretation interval irrelevant Journal of Experimental Kahneman latency letter listening measure memory mental Psychology milliseconds modality monitoring Moray Neisser noise object observed occur orientation panel paradigm parallel processing pattern perceived perceptual analysis performance physiological Posner pre-attentive predictions presented primary task pupillary pupillary dilation pupillary responses recognition units refractoriness refractory period relevant reported saccadic selective attention sensory shadowing short-term memory shown signal simultaneous single-channel theory situation stage stim stimulus Stroop test structure subjects suggests tachistoscopic target tion Treisman verbal visual word Yerkes-Dodson law