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INTERAURAL ATTENTION SHIFTING AS RESPONSE = CHANGEMENT D'ATTENTION INTERAURALE EN REPONSEGUZY LT; AXELROD S.1972; J. EXPER. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; VOL. 95; NO 2; PP. 290-294; BIBL. 14REF.Article

A DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY OF ATTENTION = UNE ETUDE DU DEVELOPPEMENT DE L'ATTENTIONGALE A; LYNN R.sdBRIT. J. EDUC. PSYCHOL.; G.B.; VOL. 42; NO 3; PP. 260-266; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

RELAXED ATTENTIONMCKIM RH.1974; J. CREAT. BEHAV.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 8; NO 4; PP. 265-276; BIBL. 8REF.Article

EMOTIONS AND SPEECH: SOME ACCOUSTICAL CORRELATES = EMOTIONS ET PAROLE: CORRELATIONS ACOUSTIQUESWILLIAMS CE; STEVENS KN.1972; J. ACOUST. SOC. AMER.; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; VOL. 52; NO 4, PART 2; PP. 1238-1250; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

VIGILANCE PERFORMANCE OF MILDLY MENTALLY RETARDED ADULTS.KIRBY NH; NETTELBECK T; BULLOCK J et al.1978; AMER. J. MENTAL DEFIC.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 82; NO 4; PP. 394-397; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

CHOICE BETWEEN MELODIES DIFFERING IN COMPLEXITY UNDER DIVIDED-ATTENTION CONDITIONS.KONECNI VJ; SARGENT POLLOCK D.1976; J. EXPER. PSYCHOL., HUM. PERCEPT. PERFORM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 2; NO 3; PP. 347-356; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

SOME FACTORS IN THE FEEDBACK CONTROL OF HUMAN ALPHA RHYTHMLYNCH JJ; PASKEWITZ DA; ORNE MT et al.1974; PSYCHOSOM. MED.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 36; NO 5; PP. 399-410; BIBL. 21REF.Article

EFFECT OF TASK DIFFICULTY ON THE DIVISION OF ATTENTION BETWEEN NONVERBAL SIGNALS: INDEPENDENCE OR INTERACTION.LONG J.1976; QUART. J. EXPER. PSYCHOL.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 28; NO 2; PP. 179-192; BIBL. 1 P.Article

EFFECTS OF DAYTIME NAPS ON PERFORMANCE AND MOOD IN A COLLEGE STUDENT POPULATION. = EFFET DES SIESTES SUR LA PERFORMANCE ET L'HUMEUR DANS UNE POPULATION D'ETUDIANTSTAUB JM; TANGUAY PE; CLARKSON D et al.1976; J. ABNORM. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 85; NO 2; PP. 210-217; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

AUDITORY VIGILANCE CORRELATES OF ELECTRODERMAL RESPONSE HABITUATION SPEEDCRIDER A; AUGENBRAUN CB.1975; PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 12; NO 1; PP. 36-40; BIBL. 19REF.Article

THE ACOUSTIC CORRELATES OF "SPEECHLIKE": A USE OF THE SUFFIX EFFECTMORTON J; MARCUS SM; OTTLEY P et al.1981; J. EXP. PSYCHOL., GEN.; ISSN 0096-3445; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 110; NO 4; PP. 568-593; BIBL. 39 REF.Article

DIVISION OF ATTENTION: EVIDENCE FOR A BETWEEN-TRIAL COMPONENT OF IMPAIRED PERFORMANCE.LONG J.1977; QUART. J. EXPER. PSYCHOL.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 29; NO 1; PP. 107-116; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

REACTION TIME IN FOCUSED AND IN DIVIDED ATTENTION = TEMPS DE REACTION DANS L'ATTENTION CONCENTREE ET FRACTIONNEENINIO A; KAHNEMAN D.1974; J. EXPER. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 103; NO 3; PP. 394-399; BIBL. 18REF.Article

ATTENTION EFFECTS ON AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS TO INFREQUENT EVENTS.FORD JM; ROTH WT; KOPELL BS et al.1976; BIOL. PSYCHOL.; NETHERL.; DA. 1976; VOL. 4; NO 1; PP. 65-77; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

INCIDENTAL LEARNING AND DEPLOYMENT OF ATTENTIONBEISER J.1974; PERCEPT. MOTOR SKILLS; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 39; NO 1 PART. 2; PP. 529-530; BIBL. 5REF.Article

SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRAIT ANXIETY AND AUDITORY SELECTIVE ATTENTION. = DIFFERENCES EN FONCTION DU SEXE DANS LA RELATION ENTRE L'ANXIETE ET L'ATTENTION AUDITIVE SELECTIVEBUSH M; KORCHIN SJ; BEALL L et al.1974; J. AUDIT. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 14; NO 1; PP. 1-20; BIBL. 36 REF.Article

VARYING SEQUENCES OF AUDIENCE ATTENTIVENESS-INATTENTIVENESS AND SPEECH BEHAVIORFLESHLER H.1974; J. EXPER. EDUC.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 42; NO 3; PP. 25-30; BIBL. 16REF.Article

ATTENTION TO PURE TONES.MORAY N; FITTER M; OSTRY D et al.1976; QUART. J. EXPER. PSYCHOL.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 28; NO 2; PP. 271-283; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

MODELES MATHEMATIQUES DE L'ATTENTION ACTIVE ET LEUR APPLICATIONCHMELAR V; OSECKY P.1975; CESKOSL. PSYCHOL.; CESKOSL.; DA. 1975; VOL. 19; NO 3; PP. 226-229; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE, BEDREST AND NAPPING ON PERFORMANCE DECREMENT DURING 40 HOURS.LUBIN A; HORD DJ; TRACY ML et al.1976; PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 13; NO 4; PP. 334-339; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF AMBIENT ILLUMINATION OVER DAYS ON HUMAN VIGILANCE PERFORMANCECHAVEZ ME; DELAY ER.1982; PERCEPT. MOT. SKILLS; ISSN 0031-5125; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 55; NO 2; PP. 667-672; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF STIMULUS PROBABILITY AND TASK-RELEVANCE ON EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS.ROTH WT; FORD JM; LEWIS SJ et al.1976; PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 13; NO 4; PP. 311-317; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

ATTENTION TO STIMULUS PRESENTATION MADE AS A FACTOR OF AGE.PERELLE IB.1976; J. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 93; NO 1; PP. 149-156; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS TO UPREDICTABLE SHIFTS IN PITCH.FORD JM; ROTH WT; KOPELL BS et al.1976; PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 13; NO 1; PP. 32-39; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

DOES SHADOWING DIFFERENTIALLY UNLOCK ATTENTION.LEWIS M; HONECK RP; FISHBEIN H et al.1975; AMER. J. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 88; NO 3; PP. 455-458; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

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