Attention is a complex process that modulates perception in various ways. Phenomenological philosophy provides an array of concepts for describing the rich structures of attention, thereby avoiding reductions to singular aspects of an experiential spectrum. By suggesting various modes and levels of attentional experience, we intend to do some justice to its complexity, taking into account sub-personal and personal factors on the side of subjective (noetic) horizons and feature-oriented as well as context-oriented aspects on the side of objective (noematic) horizons.
WertzF.J.ValleR.S. & HallingS.Approaches to perception in phenomenological psychology: The alienation and recovery of perception in modern cultureExistential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology1988New YorkPlenum Press8397
WertzF.J.ValleR.S.HallingS.Approaches to perception in phenomenological psychology: The alienation and recovery of perception in modern culture
Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology
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