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Testing the Efficiency and Independence of Attentional Networks
TLDR
A study with 40 normal adult subjects indicates that the ANT produces reliable single subject estimates of alerting, orienting, and executive function, and further suggests that the efficiencies of these three networks are uncorrelated.
Typologies of attentional networks
  • A. Raz, J. Buhle
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Nature Reviews Neuroscience
  • 1 May 2006
TLDR
Given the recent explosion in empirical data, attentional typologies provide powerful conceptual tools with which to contextualize and integrate these findings.
Anatomy of attentional networks.
  • A. Raz
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Anatomical record. Part B, New anatomist
  • 1 November 2004
TLDR
The broad notion of attention is introduced, then its prominent characteristics, mechanisms, and theories are addressed, and a discussion of pertinent results connects attentional networks with self-regulation, development, and rehabilitation training.
Hypnotic suggestion reduces conflict in the human brain.
  • A. Raz, J. Fan, M. Posner
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 12 July 2005
TLDR
This work combined neuroimaging methods to provide high temporal and spatial resolution and studied highly and less-hypnotizable participants both with and without a suggestion to interpret visual words as nonsense strings to provide a more scientific account relating the neural effects of suggestion to placebo.
Hypnotic suggestion and the modulation of Stroop interference.
TLDR
The outcome of this study challenges the dominant view that word recognition is obligatory for proficient readers, and may provide insight into top-down influences of suggestion on cognition.
Measuring attention in the hemispheres: The lateralized attention network test (LANT)
TLDR
It is suggested that the LANT is an informative extension of the original ANT, allowing for measurement of the three attention networks in each hemisphere separately.
Attention and Hypnosis: Neural Substrates and Genetic Associations of Two Converging Processes
  • A. Raz
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 July 2005
TLDR
Underlining data from attentional networks, neuroimaging, and genetics, these findings should help to explain individual differences in hypnotizability and the neural systems subserving hypnosis.
Suggestion Reduces the Stroop Effect
TLDR
Findings indicate that suggestion can at least partially overcome the automaticity associated with the Stroop effect.
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