A new model of binding confounds in task switching is discussed and implications for traditional views are challenged.
A collection of articles focusing on the role of science in public discourse.
Verbal self-monitoring is the set of processes speakers use to inspect their own speech and to intervene when trouble arises. The papers collected in this issue discuss competing accounts of this process and identify key issues for future research.
Reviews theory on the close relationship between attention and working memory, and assesses several ways this relationship has been characterized.
The Confluence of Sound and Cognition: A Collection of Seven Papers on Different Facets of Auditory Distraction.
Review of attentional selection favoring a distinction between top-down volition and biases stemming from previous behavior, with commentaries.
A collection of articles about the link between pupil size and cognition.