Suppression, attention, and effort: A proposed enhancement for a promising theory

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (1):36-37 (1997)
Although Glenberg's theory benefits from the incorporation of a suppression concept, a more differentiated view of suppression would be even more effective. We propose such a concept (based on the attention framework first developed by William James in the late nineteenth century), showing how it accounts for phenomena that Glenberg describes and also for phenomena that he ignores.
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