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  • 第一章 绪论
    1. 第一节 选择性注意的控制
    2. 第二节 奖赏与选择性注意
    3. 第三节 信息加工自动化程度、注意窗口与意识通达
    4. 第四节 研究问题的提出
    5. 第五节 本书的组织框架
  • 第二章 奖赏联结刺激选择优先性的注意和意识条件
    1. 引言
    2. 第一节 奖赏联结的颜色刺激的无意识加工
    3. 第二节 奖赏联结的线段刺激的无意识加工
    4. 第三节 奖赏驱动的注意捕获与当前集中注意
    5. 第四节 当前集中注意之外的奖赏捕获注意的空间特性
    6. 小结
  • 第三章 奖赏、惩罚和启动三类选择历史对早期和晚期外显注意的影响
    1. 引言
    2. 第一节 奖赏、惩罚和启动三类选择历史对早期和晚期外显注意的影响实验一
    3. 第二节 奖赏、惩罚和启动三类选择历史对早期和晚期外显注意的影响实验二
    4. 小结
  • 第四章 奖赏和物理显著性的后部顶叶神经机制
    1. 引言
    2. 第一节 经颅磁刺激实验:方法部分
    3. 第二节 经颅磁刺激实验:结果部分
    4. 小结
  • 第五章 奖赏驱动注意捕获机制讨论
    1. 第一节 奖赏相关的选择优先性的边界条件
    2. 第二节 奖赏等选择历史对早晚期注意选择的影响
    3. 第三节 奖赏显著性和物理显著性的后部顶叶机制
    4. 第四节 未来研究展望
    5. 第五节 研究结论
  • 致谢
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