Different from the traditional textbooks on attention and even from the majority of anthologies…informative….attention is a vibrant field. I’m not sure that reading the book is accompanied by flow, but it is worth the effort.—American Journal of Psychology—
What is unusual and valuable about this book is the breadth….especially valuable for researchers who want to broaden their horizons and think about further philosophical, experimental, or practical implications of their research. The quality of the chapters is generally high….The editor has succeeded in putting the phenomenon of effortless-attention on the interdisciplinary research agenda.
—Quarterly Review of Biology