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For now, we will simply list the most important component processes. Sensory Selection Attentional control initially occurs during relatively early stages of information processing, before the development of response intentions. Three related component processes appear to be involved in early sensory selection: filtering, focusing, and automatic shifting. The earliest form of selection occurs as a result of ﬁltering mechanisms that are tuned to particular featural characteristics. Subsequently, attentional focusing is accomplished in higher-order sensory systems that interact with motivational and response–mediational inﬂuences.
He concluded that degenerations of the mind are usually accompanied by weakened or deranged attention. In psychiatric illness, mania is associated with instability of attention and paranoia or obsessions (“ﬁxed ideas”) with distorted attention. Summary. In the nineteenth century, psychology had emerged as a discipline distinct from philosophy. This distinction lies both in methods, as psychology supplemented philosophical reasoning with experimental tests, and in conceptual foci. Attention was intensely discussed and investigated by the foremost psychologists of the nineteenth century.
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Anxiety disorders and phobias : a cognitive perspective by Aaron T Beck; Gary Emery; Ruth L Greenberg