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Psychologist Anne Treisman is a 2011 National Medal of Science Laureate.


Psychologist Anne Treisman, 2011 National Medal of Science Laureate, proposed revolutionary ideas that had an enormous impact inside and outside of psychology, including the Feature Integration Theory of attention, which inspired thousands of experiments in cognitive psychology, vision sciences, cognitive science, neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience.

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