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2007 – move to Barcelona

2007 – move to Barcelona 640 360 Looking out Loud

After a trip to SEA

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2002-2004 – Japan

2002-2004 – Japan 246 157 Looking out Loud

The world just got a lot bigger.

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1980 – A baby is born

1980 – A baby is born 1200 591 Looking out Loud

A baby is born in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 39.7684° N, 86.1581° W

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Attention in the brain

Attention in the brain 550 385 Looking out Loud

These are some parts of your brain involved in different types of attention tasks.

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1973 – Kahneman single limited resource

1973 – Kahneman single limited resource 150 150 Looking out Loud

In the early 1970s, there was a shift from studying attention mainly with auditory tasks to studying it mainly with visual tasks. A view that regards attention as a limited-capacity…

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1950/60 – Broadbent & Treisman – info bottleneck

1950/60 – Broadbent & Treisman – info bottleneck 1171 346 Looking out Loud

Broadbent’s filter model Donald Broadbent based the development of the filter model from findings by Cherry, which was concerned with the issue of selective attention.[1] Broadbent was the first to…

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1935 – Stroop Effect

1935 – Stroop Effect 932 566 Looking out Loud

Stroop (1935/1992) also published what is certainly one of the most widely cited studies in the field of psychology, in which he demonstrated that stimulus information that is irrelevant to…

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Hermann von Helmholtz

1875 – Helmholtz says attention essential for visual perception

1875 – Helmholtz says attention essential for visual perception 1607 2299 Looking out Loud

At the end of the 19th century, Hermann von Helmholtz (1821–1894) argued that attention is essential for visual perception. Using himself as a subject and pages of briefly visible printed…

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1890 – William James publishes “The Principles of Psychology”

1890 – William James publishes “The Principles of Psychology” 768 565 Looking out Loud

William James publishes “The Principles of Psychology” American philosopher and psychologist who was also trained as a physician. The first educator to offer a psychology course in the United States,……

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1879 – Wilhelm Wundt opened first psychology lab

1879 – Wilhelm Wundt opened first psychology lab 664 489 Looking out Loud

Wilhelm Wundt opened the Institute for Experimental Psychology at the University of Leipzig in Germany. This was the first laboratory dedicated to psychology, and its opening is usually thought of…

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