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A New Method for Quantifying Attention: Results Support Optimizing Theory

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Professor Gene Heyman discusses his research on attention, which explores whether the principles that govern the allocation of overt behavior also apply to the allocation of cognitive resources. Heyman's results showed that the principles that govern overt behavior play a role in the allocation of attention, and that patterns of behavior suggest general principles apply to both.

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