Processes of Visuospatial Attention and Working Memory

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book-author

Timothy Hodgson

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

418 pages

language

English

asin

B081SPWDD9

isbn10

3030310256

isbn13

9783030310257


Book Description

Processes of Visuospatial Attention and Working Memory (PDF) covers a broad range of current research topics dealing with the function of visuospatial attention and working memory. It discusses a number of perspectives ranging from evolutionary and genetic underpinnings to neural substrates/computational processes and the connection between working memory and attention. Contributions address the topic at the molecular; system and evolutionary scales and will be of interest to a number of audiences from animal behaviour specialists; experimental psychologists to clinicians in the field of psychiatry and neurology.

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Additional information

book-author

Timothy Hodgson

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

418 pages

language

English

asin

B081SPWDD9

isbn10

3030310256

isbn13

9783030310257

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-x
Front Matter ….Pages 1-1
The Evolution of Gaze Shifting Eye Movements (Michael F. Land)….Pages 3-11
Visuospatial Integration and Hand-Tool Interaction in Cognitive Archaeology (Emiliano Bruner, Annapaola Fedato, María Silva-Gago, Rodrigo Alonso-Alcalde, Marcos Terradillos-Bernal, María Ángeles Fernández-Durantes et al.)….Pages 13-36
Development of Visual-Spatial Attention (Scott P. Johnson)….Pages 37-58
Variations in the Beneficial Effects of Spatial Structure and Serial Organisation on Working Memory Span in Humans and Other Species (Carlo De Lillo)….Pages 59-83
Front Matter ….Pages 85-85
Biasing Allocations of Attention via Selective Weighting of Saliency Signals: Behavioral and Neuroimaging Evidence for the Dimension-Weighting Account (Heinrich René Liesefeld, Anna M. Liesefeld, Stefan Pollmann, Hermann J. Müller)….Pages 87-113
Active Inference, Novelty and Neglect (Thomas Parr, Karl J. Friston)….Pages 115-128
Prefrontal Contributions to Attention and Working Memory (Zahra Bahmani, Kelsey Clark, Yaser Merrikhi, Adrienne Mueller, Warren Pettine, M. Isabel Vanegas et al.)….Pages 129-153
Functions of Memory Across Saccadic Eye Movements (David Aagten-Murphy, Paul M. Bays)….Pages 155-183
What Is Memory-Guided Attention? How Past Experiences Shape Selective Visuospatial Attention in the Present (Danlei Chen, J. Benjamin Hutchinson)….Pages 185-212
Superstitious Perception: Comparing Perceptual Prediction by Humans and Neural Networks (Patrick Laflamme, James T. Enns)….Pages 213-243
Dynamic Protention: The Architecture of Real-Time Cognition for Future Events (Mark A. Elliott, Liam Coleman)….Pages 245-254
The Relationship Between Spatial Attention and Eye Movements (Amelia R. Hunt, Josephine Reuther, Matthew D. Hilchey, Raymond M. Klein)….Pages 255-278
Functional Imaging of Visuospatial Attention in Complex and Naturalistic Conditions (Emiliano Macaluso)….Pages 279-302
Front Matter ….Pages 303-303
Visual Search in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (Daniel T. Smith, Neil Archibald)….Pages 305-324
Working Memory in Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease (Nahid Zokaei, Masud Husain)….Pages 325-344
Mechanisms Underlying Visuospatial Working Memory Impairments in Schizophrenia (Megan Ichinose, Sohee Park)….Pages 345-367
Dopamine and Working Memory: Genetic Variation, Stress and Implications for Mental Health (Kristel Klaus, Kyla Pennington)….Pages 369-391
Eye Movements in Neuropsychological Tasks (Timothy L. Hodgson, Gemma Ezard, Frouke Hermens)….Pages 393-418

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