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DISTRACTION, AMNESIA, AND THE NEXT-IN-LINE EFFECTBOND CF; KIRKPATRICK CK.1982; J. EXP. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-1031; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 18; NO 4; PP. 307-323; BIBL. 2 P.Article

THE EFFECT OF DISTRACTION ON ACUTE SCHIZOPHRENICS' VISUAL TRACKINGPASS HL; SALZMAN LF; KLORMAN R et al.1978; BIOL. PSYCHIATRY; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 13; NO 5; PP. 587-593; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

RECOGNITION MEMORY FOR PICTORIAL EVENTSLEIBRICH J; WHITE KG.1983; MEMORY AND COGNITION; ISSN 0090-502X; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 11; NO 2; PP. 121-128; BIBL. 37 REF.Article

DISTRACTIBILITY CHANGES DURING THE OESTROUS CYCLE OF THE RATBIRKE LIA; ANDREW RJ; BEST SM et al.1979; ANIMAL BEHAV.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 27; NO 2; PP. 597-601; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

A NEW LOOK AT THE EFFECTS OF NOISE: A REJOINDERPOULTON EC.1978; PSYCHOL. BULL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 85; NO 5; PP. 1068-1079; BIBL. 2 P.Article

DISTRACTOR-FREE RECOGNITION TESTS OF MEMORYWALLACE WP.1982; AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY (THE); ISSN 0002-9556; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 95; NO 3; PP. 421-440; BIBL. 3 P.Article

PRESCHOOLERS'KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ATTENTIONMILLER PH; ZALENSKI R.1982; DEV. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0012-1649; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 18; NO 6; PP. 871-875; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

THE NATURE OF "GOOFING OFF" AMONG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADOLESCENTSEVERHART RB.1982; ADOLESCENCE; ISSN 0001-8449; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 17; NO 65; PP. 177-188; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

DISTRACTIBILITY IN DIETERS AND NONDIETERS: AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF "EXTERNALITY".HERMAN CP; POLIVY J; PLINER P et al.1978; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 36; NO 5; PP. 536-548; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

DISTRACTING INFORMATION, MOTOR PERFORMANCE AND SEX DIFFERENCESLASZLO JI; BAIRSTOW PJ; WARD GR et al.1980; NATURE; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 283; NO 5745; PP. 377-378; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

REWARD, DISTRACTION, AND THE OVERJUSTIFICATION EFFECT.SMITH TW; PITTMAN TS.1978; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 36; NO 5; PP. 565-572; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

DISTRACTIBILITY, INTENSITY OF REACTION, AND NON-NUTRITIVE SUCKING.LESTER G; BIERBRAUER B; SELFRIDGE B et al.1976; PSYCHOL. REP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 39; NO 3 PART. 2; PP. 1212-1214; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

DISTRACTION CAN ENHANCE OR REDUCE YELDING TO PROPAGANDA: THOUGHT DISRUPTION VERSUS EFFORT JUSTIFICATION.PETTY RE; WELLS GL; BROCK TC et al.1976; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 34; NO 5; PP. 874-884; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

TOWARD A COMPREHENSIVE ACCOUNT OF SOCIAL FACILITATION: DISTRACTION/CONFLICT DOES NOT MEAN THEORETICAL CONFLICTSANDERS GS.1981; J. EXP. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-1031; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 262-265; BIBL. 1 REF.Article

A COMPARISON OF SELF-DISTRACTION WITH SELF-VERBALIZATION UNDER MORALISTIC VERSUS INSTRUMENTAL RATIONALES IN A DELAY-OF GRATIFICATION PARADIGMANDERSON WH JR.1978; COGNIT. THERAPY RES.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 2; NO 3; PP. 299-303; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

DO ADJECTIVES AND FUNCTORS INTERFERE AS MUCH AS NOUNS IN NAMING PICTURES.EHRI LC.1977; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 48; NO 2; PP. 697-701; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF DISTRACTIBILITY: TWO-YEAR FOLLOW-UP.SOMERVILL JW; BROPHY PD.1977; PERCEPT. MOTOR SKILLS; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 45; NO 2; PP. 640; BIBL. 1 REF.Article

THE INTERFERING EFFECT OF DISTRACTING STIMULI ON THE INFANT'S MEMORY.MACALL RB; KENNEDY CB; DODDS C et al.1977; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 48; NO 1; PP. 79-87; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

ATTENTION, DISTRACTION, AND COLD-PRESSOR PAINMCCAUL KD; HAUGTVEDT C.1982; J. PERS. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-3514; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 43; NO 1; PP. 154-162; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

DRIVEN BY DISTRACTION: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW OF SOCIAL FACILITATION THEORY AND RESEARCHSANDERS GS.1981; J. EXP. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-1031; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 227-251; BIBL. 3 P.Article

EVALUATION APPREHENSION AND SOCIAL FACILITATION: A REPLY TO SANDERSGEEN RG.1981; J. EXP. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-1031; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 252-256; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

ENVIRONMENTAL DISTRACTION AND INTERPERSONAL JUDGEMENTSSIEGEL JM; STEELE CM.1980; BRIT. J. SOC. CLIN. PSYCHOL.; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 19; NO 1; PP. 23-32; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

OVERCOMING STROOP INTERFERENCE: THE EFFECTS OF PRACTICE ON DISTRACTOR POTENCYREISBERG D; BARON J; KEMLER DG et al.1980; J. EXPER. PSYCHOL., HUM. PERCEPT. PERFORM.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 6; NO 1; PP. 140-150; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

PERSISTENCE OF OPINION CHANGE INDUCED UNDER CONDITIONS OF FOREWARNING AND DISTRACTIONWATTS WA; HOLT LE.1979; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 37; NO 5; PP. 778-789; BIBL. 34 REF.Article

A DUAL-TASK ANALYSIS OF DETECTION ACCURACY FOR THE CASE OF HIGH TARGET-DISTRACTOR SIMILARITY: FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR INDEPENDENT PROCESSINGBURNS D.1979; PERCEPT. AND PSYCHOPHYS.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 25; NO 3; PP. 185-196; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

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