Consciousness and Attention

Consciousness, Attention, and Conscious Attention

Book with MIT

Consciousness, Attention, and Conscious Attention

"Easily the most impressive, judicious, and comprehensive presentation of the latest empirical and theoretical work about consciousness, attention, and the relation between them. After showing that attention and consciousness occur largely independently of one another, the authors develop a challenging original account of why attention does sometimes occur consciously. This is required reading for anybody interested in consciousness or attention." Endorsement by David Rosenthal.

Review by Christopher Mole in NDPR

Review by Jack Shardlow in Philosophical Psychology

Review by Daniel N. Robinson in The Review of Metaphysics



Reply to RPT v. GNWT

On the evolution of conscious attention

Artificial consciousness and the consciousness-attention dissociation

Perception and cognition

Entry into consciousness from ambiguous images

Unifying theories of consciousness and attention

Papers on IIT

Contextuality in the Integrated Information Theory

Challenges for the Integrated Information Theory