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Maunsell, JohnPerson Why?
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Awh, EdwardPerson Why?
When attention wanders: how uncontrolled fluctuations in attention affect performance.Academic Article Why?
Vogel, EdwardPerson Why?
Violence reduces attention to faces and draws attention to points of contact.Academic Article Why?
Teacher ratings of attention problems in children experimentally classified as exhibiting attention deficit disorder with and without hyperactivity.Academic Article Why?
Are attention deficit disorders with and without hyperactivity similar or dissimilar disorders?Academic Article Why?
Attention deficit disorder with and without hyperactivity: comparison of behavioral characteristics of clinic-referred children.Academic Article Why?
Attention deficit disorder with and without hyperactivity: reaction time and speed of cognitive processing.Academic Article Why?
Impairments in attention in occasionally snoring children: an event-related potential study.Academic Article Why?
Increased sensitivity to perceptual interference in adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.Academic Article Why?
Maternal obesity and attention-related symptoms in the preterm offspring.Academic Article Why?
Stability of mothers' recall of the age of onset of their child's attention and hyperactivity problems.Academic Article Why?
Validity of the diagnostic category of attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity: a review of the literature.Academic Article Why?
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