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This study uses author co-citation analysis to trace prospectively the development of the cognitive neuroscience of attention between 1980 and 2005 from its precursor disciplines: cognitive psychology, single cell neurophysiology, neuropsychology, and evoked potential research. The author set consists of 28 authors highly active in attentional research in the mid-1980s. PFNETS are used to present the co-citation networks. Authors are clustered via the single-link clustering intrinsic to the PFNET algorithm. By 1990 a distinct cognitive neuroscience specialty cluster emerges, dominated by authors engaged in brain imaging research.

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Bakeman, R., & Adamson, L. (1984). Coordinating attention to people and objects in mother-infant and peer-infant interactions. Child Development, 55, 1278–1289. Baldwin, D. A. (1995

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. Derryberry M. A. Reed 1994 Temperament and attention: Orienting toward and away from positive and negative signals Journal of Personality and

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), verbal suggestion ( 55 ), and even mere attentional focus on a body part ( 36 ). Self-consciousness theory states that introspection intensifies perceived internal states, e.g., body sensations, emotions, and motives, which lead to a more accurate self

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attention is biased towards addiction-relevant stimuli. Visual attention selects relevant information, as determined by current goals, physical salience and past experience ( Theeuwes, 2018; Wolfe & Horowitz, 2017 ). In general, attentional biases are

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characteristics of substance-related and addictive disorders is the power that substance-related stimuli have to influence and induce substance-seeking behavior ( Field & Cox, 2008 ), through a mechanism that enhances attentional allocation to those cues. This

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Balázs Duga, Márta Czakó, Katalin Komlósi, Kinga Hadzsiev, Katalin Sümegi, Péter Kisfali, Márton Melegh, and Béla Melegh

Biederman, J., Faraone, S. V.: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Lancet, 2005, 366 (9481), 237–248. Kessler, R. C., Adler, L., Barkley, R., et al.: The prevalence

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detected through changes in cognitive processes such as selective attention. The present study does so by examining whether an ‘attentional bias’ ( Anderson, 2013 ) to social media related stimuli is present in a group of social media users. It is well

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Talmy, Leonard 2007. Attention phenomena. In: Geeraerts — Cuyckens (2007, 264–293). Talmy L. The Oxford handbook of cognitive linguistics

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( Petry et al., 2014 ). The question arises whether Internet Gaming Disorder and these disorders share features in the development and maintenance of the disorder (e.g., conditioning and attentional processes). An attentional bias is a robust

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