17, March 2010 | Published : Research |
At a time when the cultural and cognitive technologies are converging, the question of attention is set through the theoretical legacy of phenomenology (where « attention » is formed by what Husserl labeled as « retentions » and « protentions »), the most recent research on economics and the discoveries of cognitive sciences. Clinical aspects are considered as well through the field of attention-related pathologies, and we take into account the latest experiments conducted in Northern America to combine what is considered as « deep attention » with a form labeled as « hyper attention ».
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