The Oxford Handbook of Attention is a veritable who’s who of attention research.  (Sorry that it costs $149 USD).
Check out the table of contents:

Part A: Introduction 
1. Current landscape and historical context, Michael Posner
Part B: Theoretical Models of Attention 
2. Feature integration and guided search, Jeremy Wolfe
3. Perceptual/Executive load theory, Polly Dalton and Nilli Lavie
4. A multi-level account of selective attention, Sabine Kastner and John Serences
5. Large-scale network model of control, Marsel Mesulam and Professor Anna Christina Nobre
6. Multiple-demand network and adaptive coding, Mark Stokes and John Duncan
Part C: Spatial Attention 
7. Spatial covert attention: Perceptual Modulation, Marisa Carrasco
8. Spatial orienting and attentional capture, Jan Theeuwes
9. Neural systems of spatial attention (fMRI), Diane Beck and Sabine Kastner
10. The time course of spatial attention: Insights from event-related brain potentials,Martin Eimer
11. Neuronal Mechanisms of Spatial Attention in Visual Cerebral Cortex, Marlene Cohen and John Maunsell
12. Cellular mechanisms of attentional control: Frontal, Jacqueline Gottlieb
13. Neuronal mechanisms of attentional control: Frontal cortex, Kelsey L. Clark, Behrad Noudoost, and Robert J. Schafer and Professor Tirin Moore
14. Neural mechanisms of Spatial Attention in the Visual Thalamus, Yuri B. Saalmann and Sabine Kastner
15. Attentional Functions of the Superior Colliculus, Richard J. Krauzlis
16. Orienting attention: a crossmodal perspective, Charles Spence
17. Neuronal Dynamics and the Mechanistic Bases of Selective Attention, Charles E.Schroeder, Jose L. Herrero and Saskia Haegens
18. The neuropharmacology of attention, Trevor Robbins
19. Developing attention and self-regulation in childhood, Michael Posner
Part D: Non-spatial Attention 
20. Feature- and object-based attentional modulation in the human visual system,Miranda Scolari, Edward F. Ester, and John Serences
21. Object- and feature-based attention: monkey physiology, Stefan Treue
22. The Role of Brain Oscillations In The Temporal Limits of Attention, Kimron Shapiro and Simon Hanslmayr
23. Dynamic Attention, Patrick Cavanagh, Lorella Battelli, and Alex O. Holcombe
24. Temporal orienting, Anna Christina Nobre
Part E: Interactions between Attention and Other Psychological Domains 
25. Attention, Motivation, and Emotion, Luiz Pessoa
26. Attention and executive functions
27. Neural mechanisms for the executive control of attention, Earl K. Miller and Timothy J. Buschman
28. Memory and Attention, Brice A. Kuhl and Marvin M. Chun
29. Attention and decision-making, Christopher Summerfield and Tobias Egner
30. Attention and action, Heiner Deubel
Part F: Attention-related Disorders 
31. Attention and awareness, Geraint Rees
32. Attention and Aging, Theodore P. Zanto & Adam Gazzaley
33. Unilateral Spatial Neglect, Guiseppe Vallar
34. Neurological disorders of attention, Sanjay Manohar, Valerie Bonnelle and Masud Husain
35. Balint’s syndrome and the Study of Attention, Lynn C. Robertson
36. Rehabilitation of Attention Functions, Ian H. Robertson and Redmond G O’Connell
Part G: Computational Models 
37. Theory of visual attention, Claus Bundesen and Thomas Habekost
38. Bottom up and contextual effects, Laurent Itti and Ali Borji
39. Bayesian models, Angela Yu
Part H: Conclusions 
40. Outlook and Future Directions, Anna Christina Nobre and Sabine Kastner

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