- Title Pages
- Introduction: Toward a Theory of Attention That Includes Effortless Attention and Action
- 1 Effortful Attention Control
- 2 The Benefits and Perils of Attentional Control
- 3 Effortless Motor Learning?: An External Focus of Attention Enhances Movement Effectiveness and Efficiency
- 4 The Impact of Anticipated Cognitive Demand on Attention and Behavioral Choice
- 5 Grounding Attention in Action Control: The Intentional Control of Selection
- 6 Implicit versus Deliberate Control and Its Implications for Awareness
- 7 Effortless Attention, Hypofrontality, and Perfectionism
- 8 Effortless Attention in Everyday Life: A Systematic Phenomenology
- 9 Developing an Experimental Induction of Flow : Effortless Action in the Lab
- 10 The Physiology of Effortless Attention: Correlates of State Flow and Flow Proneness
- 11 Apertures, Draw, and Syntax: Remodeling Attention
- 12 Toward an Empirically Responsible Ethics: Cognitive Science, Virtue Ethics, and Effortless Attention in Early Chinese Thought
- 13 Flow Experience Explained on the Grounds of an Activity Approach to Attention
- 14 Two to Tango : Automatic Social Coordination and the Role of Felt Effort
- 15The Thalamic Gateway: How the Meditative Training of Attention Evolves toward Selfless Transformations of Consciousness
- 16Training Effortless Attention
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