Published October 1, 1991
by Psychology Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
The success of pro-active control, one of the cornerstones of TPM, depends on the quality, goodwill and motivation of the shop floor; that of reactive control on the quality of data returned from that level. With regard to the latter, the author’s own studies have shown that data collection systems rarely operate well and that human factors problems and lack of training feature as the most. Some investigators have attempted to integrate data from broader clinical populations to establish a taxonomy of attentional dysfunctions (e.g., Mirsky, , ). We will review several of these models of attention as a way of summarizing the information derived from the field of clinical by: 3. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) refers to subtle cognitive decline, where activities of daily living remain unimpaired, with an estimated 10%–15% yearly conversion rate toward Alzheimer or other type of dementias. Neurochemistry, structure, and clinical impact all come together in a progressive, nuanced gradual insidious process ending in dementia. Alcohol dependent inpatients higher in mindfulness are better able to disengage attention from alcohol cues, which in turn predicts the degree of HFHRV recovery from such cues. Trait mindfulness may index cognitive control over appetitive responses reflected in superior attentional and autonomic regulation of stress-primed alcohol by:
Pashler, H. (). Attentional limitations in doing two tasks at the same time. Current Directions in Psychological Science, Shiu, L-P., & Pashler, H. (). Improvement in line orientation discrimination is retinally local but dependent on cognitive set. . Latent inhibition is a technical term used in classical conditioning to refer to the observation that a familiar stimulus takes longer to acquire meaning (as a signal or conditioned stimulus) than a new stimulus. The term "latent inhibition" dates back to Lubow and Moore. The LI effect is "latent" in that it is not exhibited in the stimulus pre-exposure phase, but rather in the subsequent test. Attentional dysfunctions and its pharmacological modulation in childhood psychiatric disorders: evidence from neuropsychological studies by Thomas Günther Unknown, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Author: Thomas Günther. In psychology and neuroscience, executive dysfunction, or executive function deficit, is a disruption to the efficacy of the executive functions, which is a group of cognitive processes that regulate, control, and manage other cognitive processes. Executive dysfunction can refer to both neurocognitive deficits and behavioural is implicated in numerous psychopathologies and mental.
Attentional and information processing dysfunctions have long been considered to be core deficits of schizophrenia (Bleuler, /; Kraepelin, ). According to this view, many of the characteristic symptoms of schizophrenia are consequences of underlying attentional and . Depletion in attentional processes is linked to acetylcholine function, and attention deficit underlies many cognitive dysfunctions in Alzheimer’s disease. In this work, we are employing computational modelling to provide a neural bio-mechanistic account linking acetylcholine depletion and decreased attentional : Eirini Mavritsaki, Howard Bowman, Li Su. Introduction. In , Robbins and colleagues  developed a test for assessing attention in rats based on a test for human subjects that was originally ascribed to Leonard , and is still in use .The rat method was called the “5-choice serial reaction time test” (5-CSRTT) and has since been widely applied for exploring the neurobiology of normal attentional processes and Cited by: This book synthesizes past and current understanding into a robust framework with implications for real-world practice. It revisits current findings on ADHD in terms of classic thinking on developmental neuropsychology for a more rounded concept of brain disorganization. Attentional functions, executive dysfunctions, and stress.