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of or relating to attention

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Few studies conducted on the effects of attentional instruction on rhythmic motions have obtained the similar results as those studied these effects on non-rhythmic motions and most of them showed that external attention is better than internal attention in performing the task of coordination.
The concept of attentional focus in endurance activities had been frequently studied for more than three decades.
Psychological well-being was assessed by examining perceived stress, attentional functioning, and affective experience.
As several contributors note, one hallmark of attentional processes is that they appear to compete for limited resources.
The derived subscales were as follows: overt aggression toward others, emotional-oppositional behavior, attentional difficulties, and covert disruptive behavior.
As taskload increases, demand on attentional resources increases and supply of attentional resources decreases.
This will narrow your attentional focus which is precisely what we are looking to achieve.
We manipulated the attentional load on the subjects and found that increasing the load significantly decreased noticing.
Subjects in this double-blind, placebo-controlled three-arm study designed to evaluate the effectiveness of Cognizin citicoline on attentional function included 60 healthy women ages 40-60.
Acceptance: Expanding Your Attentional Capabilities
The relation between attentional resources and the processing of information from somatosensory, visual, and vestibular systems is readily apparent in cases of reduced or conflicting sensory information.
Also discussed are the symptoms, biology, causes, course, and treatment of common childhood disorders, including attentional and disruptive behavior disorders, autism and pervasive developmental disorders, mood, anxiety, and eating disorders, and learning disabilities.
unconscious) processing of salient stimuli, manifested as an involuntary attentional bias (AB) towards alcohol cues.
The head start given to the attentional system leads to better reaction times and response accuracies if the target appears at the location preceded by a valid cue (valid condition).
Also, no significant differences were observed between patients with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia in attentional measures, compared with the controls, they reported.
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