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Questia Online Library Adds Selective Attention to Psychology Category

03-21-2007 01:46 PM CET | Science & Education

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Questia Online Library Adds Selective Attention to Psychology

HOUSTON, TX (March 19, 2007) — Questia Media, Inc., the world’s largest online educational library and research service, announces the addition of the topic Selective Attention to its collection of over 1.5 million books, journals and articles. Visitors to Questia can research this topic as well many other psychology related topics.

Below is a small sample of books and articles Questia offers on Selective Attention:

· Book: “Attention: A Neuropsychological Perspective”
· Book: “Attention and Memory: An Integrated Framework”
· Book: “Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention: A Developmental Perspective”
· Journal Article: Developmental Analysis of Three Aspects of Information Processing: Sustained Attention, Selective Attention, and Response Organization
· Journal Article: Relations between Children's Theory of Mind and a Selective Attention Strategy, in Journal of Cognition and Development
· Journal Article: The Development of Selective Attention in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, in Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology

The Psychology section within Questia provides more resources about Selective Attention as well as other psychology related subjects including: abnormal psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, educational psychology and child and adolescent psychology.

“We are continually expanding our library of psychology content,” said Troy Williams, CEO and president of Questia. “The Selective Attachment topic is just one example of the many high-quality topic selections we have added for our subscribers.”

About Questia
Questia Media, Inc. provides the world's largest online academic library and research resource. Students, instructors, and lifelong learners in more than 200 countries use Questia's collection of 67,000 full-text books and over 1.5 million articles for scholarly research.
A digital toolkit enables researchers to highlight text, properly cite passages, and automatically generate bibliographies and footnotes. In addition, Questia provides a personalized workspace for each user, complete with an individual bookshelf and reference resources. Designed for use by educators and students to enhance curricula, the Questia service also includes Questia School, a teacher/student resource center that incorporates digital library content with class instruction. Founded in 1998, Questia Media is based in Houston.

Matthew Dillingham
Questia Media, Inc.

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