Readership: All researchers in applied psychology, including those interested in information processing, human-computer interactions and industrial
and organisational psychology.
Edited by Alan Baddeley, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, and Lawrence Weiskrantz, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
"the book is both a testament to the pervasive influence of Donald Broadbent's insights, and a rich treaure chest of ideas and techniques waiting to be plundered by the enterprising (if somewhat dedicated) neuropsychologist ... suffused by warm reference to Donald Broadbent's influence on the contributors ... Above all, the writers reflect on Donald's personal kindness and encouragement to them at various points in their careers." - Neuropsychologia, Vol. 32, No. 11, 1994
1: P. McLeod, A. Treisman, A. Sanders, J. Duncan, J. Diver and D. Jones: Perception: selection and attention
2: N. Moray, L.H. Shaffer, A. Baddeley, T. Shallice, P. Burgess, and P. Rabbitt: Attentional control of complex tasks
3: L. Weiskrantz, D. Berry, L. Jacoby, D. Ste-Marie, J.P. Toth, and E. Tulving: Conscious awareness
4: A. Smith, G. Robert, J. Hockey, W. Revelle, J.D. Teasdale, M.I. Posner, and J. Reason: Attention, arousal, and stress