Attention and selection in the growing child: views derived from developmental psychophysiology.

@article{Ridderinkhof2000AttentionAS,
  title={Attention and selection in the growing child: views derived from developmental psychophysiology.},
  author={K. Richard Ridderinkhof and Odin van der Stelt},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={54 1-3},
  pages={55-106}
}
Our understanding of developmental changes in attentional selection in the growing child has been advanced substantially by the results of (a relatively small number of) studies undertaken from a psychophysiological perspective. The basic outcome of these studies is that, in attentional filtering as well as selective set (the two basic paradigms in attention research), the processes necessary for attentional selection are in essence available even to the young child; however, the speed and… CONTINUE READING

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