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Chapter 2 ‘Attention’ by Peter Naish is taken from Book 1 Part 1 Perceptual Processes (2005) published by Oxford University Press in Association with The Open University. Copyright © 2005 The Open University. This book has been produced as core text for the Open University’s level 3 course in Cognitive Psychology (DD303). However, it has been designed to serve students taking other courses in cognitive psychology as well, either as essential or recommended reading.
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