I just finished my first read of Chun et al.'s thought provoking article that suggests and interesting external/internal taxonomy of human attention. All my comments are embedded in the article as per the IQ's Reading feature of IQ's Corner.
A very thought provoking article that ties together a wide array of research on attention, working memory (attentional control), the importance of brain network synchrony (esp. the P-FIT model of Haeir et al), etc.
Worth the read. I particular like the treatment of working memory as more an attentional control mechanism and the treatment of cognitive control and top-down vs bottom-up attention.
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