The Study of AttentionStreaming Video - 2005
Do we really have to pay attention to control and direct all our behavior? How is it that we focus our attention on one input or stimulus and ignore the rest? This program answers these questions by examining the following concepts: the selective attention models of Broadbent and Triesman are described using real-life examples such as air traffic controllers; divided attention theories are described and evaluated; and the area of visual attention is illustrated by the demonstration of the visual search technique and the Stroop test.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1996