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Comments for http://attentiontochange.com Thu, 17 Aug 2017 11:30:32 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7.1 hourly 1 Comment on Attention - A Brief History in Psychology by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/attention-a-brief-history-in-psychology/comment-page-1/#comment-91 ATCLisa Wed, 13 Feb 2013 22:46:44 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=330#comment-91 Thank you for the reference of Ulric Neisser. The history of attention I've articulated is certainly brief. There are many other significant contributors to the body of work on attention that I didn't cover. Thanks again. Thank you for the reference of Ulric Neisser. The history of attention I’ve articulated is certainly brief. There are many other significant contributors to the body of work on attention that I didn’t cover. Thanks again.

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Comment on Attention - A Brief History in Psychology by Bigsam Adekunle http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/attention-a-brief-history-in-psychology/comment-page-1/#comment-89 Bigsam Adekunle Fri, 14 Dec 2012 14:54:12 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=330#comment-89 U've really done a great job with the history of Attention as explained here. But i still want to know if Ulric Neisser didnt make any contributions to the study of attention since cognitive psychology came into limelight with his work in 1967. U’ve really done a great job with the history of Attention as explained here. But i still want to know if Ulric Neisser didnt make any contributions to the study of attention since cognitive psychology came into limelight with his work in 1967.

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Comment on Sustainable Business & Attention: Vertical Leadership Development by Dan Ryan http://attentiontochange.com/2011/12/sustainable-business-attention-vertical-leadership-development/comment-page-1/#comment-88 Dan Ryan Thu, 22 Mar 2012 02:01:00 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=344#comment-88 Great perspective on the value of Vertical development in comparison to and in conjunction with traditional horizontal development. Great perspective on the value of Vertical development in comparison to and in conjunction with traditional horizontal development.

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Comment on Attention and Buddhism Take 2 by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/335/comment-page-1/#comment-54 ATCLisa Sun, 11 Dec 2011 18:21:33 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=335#comment-54 Thank you for your comment, Marcy. Cultivation of attention is a gradual process, and the rewards are many. Thank you for your comment, Marcy. Cultivation of attention is a gradual process, and the rewards are many.

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Comment on Attention and Buddhism Take 2 by MarcyT http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/335/comment-page-1/#comment-52 MarcyT Thu, 08 Dec 2011 23:29:32 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=335#comment-52 Thank you for providing such a great description of the various stages of attentional development in Buddhism. I now understand that cultivating attention is a gradual process with small gains made at each successive step. I can see how the next level of attention becomes more attainable once you’ve mastered the current level. Thank you for providing such a great description of the various stages of attentional development in Buddhism. I now understand that cultivating attention is a gradual process with small gains made at each successive step. I can see how the next level of attention becomes more attainable once you’ve mastered the current level.

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Comment on Sustainable Business by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/sustainable-business/comment-page-1/#comment-51 ATCLisa Wed, 07 Dec 2011 23:32:54 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=340#comment-51 Thank you, Benjamin. Hawken's work in Blessed Unrest is quite incredible. Thank you for the recommendation! Thank you, Benjamin. Hawken’s work in Blessed Unrest is quite incredible. Thank you for the recommendation!

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Comment on Sustainable Business by Ben Drury http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/sustainable-business/comment-page-1/#comment-50 Ben Drury Wed, 07 Dec 2011 06:33:00 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=340#comment-50 The movement is gaining momentum and Lisa you are a catalyst fanning the flame that is bringing sweeping change, Thank You! I suggest Blessed Unrest as an addition to your bibliography. The movement is gaining momentum and Lisa you are a catalyst fanning the flame that is bringing sweeping change, Thank You!
I suggest Blessed Unrest as an addition to your bibliography.

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Comment on Buddhism and Attention Take 1 by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/buddhism-and-attention-take-1/comment-page-1/#comment-48 ATCLisa Tue, 06 Dec 2011 01:19:06 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=332#comment-48 I hope you keep coming back for more. I'm doing my PhD research on the topic of attention, leadership and sustainable business. I hope you keep coming back for more. I’m doing my PhD research on the topic of attention, leadership and sustainable business.

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Comment on Buddhism and Attention Take 1 by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/buddhism-and-attention-take-1/comment-page-1/#comment-47 ATCLisa Tue, 06 Dec 2011 01:17:30 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=332#comment-47 Point taken. Thank you! Point taken. Thank you!

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Comment on Buddhism and Attention Take 1 by ATCLisa http://attentiontochange.com/2011/11/buddhism-and-attention-take-1/comment-page-1/#comment-46 ATCLisa Tue, 06 Dec 2011 01:17:19 +0000 http://attentiontochange.com/?p=332#comment-46 The rss feed is at the upper right of the web page. The rss feed is at the upper right of the web page.

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