Table of contents for Attention in action : advances from cognitive neuroscience / edited by Glyn Humphreys and Jane Riddoch.


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Part 1: Functional Processes
1.	Attending to what you are doing: Neuropsychological and experimental evidence for interactions between perception and action.
Glyn Humphreys, Jane Riddoch, Karina Linnell, David Punt, Martin Edwards and Alan Wing
2.	Hierarchical systems of attention and action
Asher Cohen and Hagit Magen
3.	Attentional selection in sequential manual movements, movements around an obstacle and in grasping.
Heiner Deubel and Werner Schneider
4.	Intention in action.
Wolfgang Prinz, Sara de Maeght and Lothar Kunf
5.	Intention and reactivity
Tammy Astor-Jack and Patrick Haggard
6.	Selective attention for action: New evidence from visual search studies.
Aave Hanus, Sebastian Neggers, Frans Cornelisson and Harold Bekkering
7.	Attention and inaction: Mechanisms for preventing distractor responses.
Nilli Lavie
8.	Object- and location-based inhibition in goal directed action: Inhibition of return reveals behavioural and anatomical dissociations and interactions with memory processes.
Sarah Grison, Klaus Kessler, Matthew Paul, Heather Jordan and Steve Tipper
Part 2: Neural Processes
9.	A map of complex movements in motor cortex of primates.
Michael Graziano, Charlotte Taylor, Dylan Cooke and Tirin Moore
10.	Spatial representations and attentional systems for action in the parietal cortex.
Matthew Rushworth and Amanda Ellison
11.	Prefrontal cortext and attention to action
Dick Passingham, James Rowe and Katz Sakai
12.	A neuroimaging study of selection-for-action: A reach-to-grasp study.
Heidi Chapman, Maria Gavrilescu,Michael Kean, Gary Egan and Umberto Castiello
13.	Attention binding and the parietal lobes: Some new perspectives on optic ataxia.
Steve Jackson, Roger Newport, Dominic Mort, Masud Husain, Georgina Jackson, Rachel Swainson, Sally Pears and Barbara Wilson
14.	Selective attention and response control following damage to the human pulvinar.
Rob Ward and Shai Danziger




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Attention, Clinical neuropsychology, Cognitive therapy, Psychology, Pathological