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Testing the Efficiency and Independence of Attentional Networks
In recent years, three attentional networks have been defined in anatomical and functional terms. These functions involve alerting, orienting, and executive attention. Reaction time measures can beExpand
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Typologies of attentional networks
Attention is a central theme in cognitive science — it exemplifies the links between the brain and behaviour, and binds psychology to the techniques of neuroscience. A visionary model suggested byExpand
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Anatomy of attentional networks.
  • A. Raz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Anatomical record. Part B, New anatomist
  • 1 November 2004
Attention is a central theme in psychological science. As with other biological systems, attention has a distinct anatomy that carries out basic psychological functions. Disparate attentionalExpand
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Hypnotic suggestion and the modulation of Stroop interference.
BACKGROUND Hypnosis has been used clinically for hundreds of years and is primarily a phenomenon involving attentive receptive concentration. Cognitive science has not fully exploited hypnosis andExpand
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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
Many studies have suggested that conflict monitoring involves the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC). We previously showed that a specific hypnotic suggestion reduces involuntary conflict and altersExpand
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Training the brain: Fact and fad in cognitive and behavioral remediation
Putatively safe and effective for improving cognitive performance in both health and disease, products purported to train the brain appeal to consumers and healthcare practitioners. In anExpand
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Neurofeedback with fMRI: A critical systematic review
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We provide the first comprehensive review of the fMRI neurofeedback literature and the first systematic database of fMRI‐nf findings. Expand
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The self-regulating brain and neurofeedback: Experimental science and clinical promise
Neurofeedback, one of the primary examples of self-regulation, designates a collection of techniques that train the brain and help to improve its function. Since coming on the scene in the 1960s,Expand
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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
Abstract Although attention is a central theme in psychological science, hypnosis researchers rarely incorporate attentional findings into their work. As with other biological systems, attention hasExpand
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Suggestion Reduces the Stroop Effect
We examined the effects of suggestion on Stroop interference in highly suggestible individuals. Participants completed the Stroop task with and without a suggestion to perceive Stroop words asExpand
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