Broadbent's filter model
Through his own empirical contributions and his careful analyses of the findings of others, Broadbent demonstrated that experimental psychology could reveal the nature of cognitive processes. In his hands, an information processing approach to understanding attention, perception, memory, and performance was exceptionally illuminating, and helped initiate and fuel the paradigm shift known as the "cognitive revolution."
The American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 108, No. 1 (Spring, 1995), pp. 116-121
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