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33.Multiple resource theories of attention focus on the types of demands placed on various information processing and response outcome structures.
34.The dual-task procedure is commonly used to evaluate whether a person's attention focus is external or internal.
35.Attention focused on one's own movements typically leads to better skill performance than attention focused on the intended outcome of the skill.
36.The interference that results from consciously monitoring proceduralized aspects of performance has been referred to as the deautomatization-ofskills hypothesis.
37.The feature integration theory is a prominent theory to explain how we select certain cues in the performance environment and ignore others.