- Divided attention
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: In the age of distraction, c2000: p. 4 (distraction, attention to one thing at the expense of waning attention to another thing; refer to distracted person as absentminded) p. 5 (distraction measures a symbiosis between our minds and external phenomena)
- found: Corsin, Raymond A. The Dictionary of psychology, 1999: distraction (1. withdrawal of attention (perceptual or imaginal) by irrelevant stimuli. 2. condition in which the attention is not concentrated, but divided among various parts of an experience) distractor (anything that takes attention away from the task at hand) divided attention (concentration on more than one activity at the same time, often with reduction in performance)
- 2005-05-26: new
- 2005-09-02: revised
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