Jeannette Barbour

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The term selective inattention as used here subsumes those phenomena whose primary function is the active blocking or attenuation of partially processed contents en route to conscious expression. Examples are anxiety-motivated forgetting or perceptual distortion and hypnotically induced negative hallucinations. Studies in the field of selective attention(More)
Michelle Cerulli: A Time to Care: Two Caregivers' Experiences with Alzheimer's Disease (Under the direction of Leroy Towns, Jan Yopp and Victor Marshall) As the oldest baby boomers turn 65 this year, Alzheimer's is becoming a reality for a growing number of people. Between 3 and 5.4 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer's, and family caregivers provide(More)
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