Attention and Information Processing in Infants and Adults: Perspectives from Human and Animal Research

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change in my thinking about orienting that is described in the chapter, and he has kindly commented on a previous draft of the chapter. In addition to the discussion with colleagues at the conference in Princeton, the chapter profited substantially from the discussions with Mike Dawson, Heikki Lyytinen, Risto Näätänen, Lois Putnam, and David Siddle before and during the symposium on "Psychophysiology of Attention" at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psycophysiological Research, Boston, October 17-21, 1990. The reported research was supported by a series of grants from the Swedish Council for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The assistance of Ulf Dimberg, Francisco Esteves, Cristina Parra and Joaquim Soares in these projects is gratefully acknowledged.


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