The recent findings from cognitive science – one of the fastest growing disciplines worldwide – presented in the volume will serve as a useful resource for scientists/psychologists working in the area. The book highlights the current trends in major sub-disciplines in cognitive science and contains high quality succinct papers covering current challenges, with cross-linking of different interfacing disciplines like psychology, neuroscience, computer science, linguistics, and philosophy.

Effects of Emotions on Selective Attention and Control

Effects of emotions on selective attention and control


Emotions consist of multiple components that include subjective feelings, a behavioural reaction, cognitive appraisal and accompanying physiological reactions (Cacioppo et al., 1993). William James (1894) regarded emotions as ...

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