inattention


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to inattention: ADHD, Civil inattention
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for inattention

Antonyms for inattention

References in periodicals archive ?
The NTSB blamed the driver's "inattention and overreliance on the car's advanced driver assistance system; the Tesla's 'Autopilot' design which permitted the driver to disengage from the driving task; and the driver's use of the system in ways inconsistent with guidance and warnings from Tesla," according to a press release.
The Federal Tax Ombudsman directed the FBR to: recover Rs0.45 million from Muhammad Asghar Khan Niazi, Zonal CIR, RTO Abbottabad and Hafiz Muhammad Rafaqat, IAO, Unit Regional Tax Office Abbottabad (costs and compensation) in equal shares and arrange to pay the same to the complainant; 2, Fix responsibility regarding administrative excesses neglect, inattention, delay, incompetence, ineptitude and inefficiency in the administration or discharge of duties and responsibility and initiate appropriate disciplinary proceedings against the officials found accountable; and direct the commission - IR concerned to issue additional payment for delayed refund to the complainant.
Compared to children with less than 30 minutes per day of screen time, the 13.7% who watched more than two hours each day were five times more likely to report clinically significant externalizing problems and were 5.9 times more likely to report clinically significant inattention problems.
But her study demonstrated that they share a common link: inattention symptoms.
The researchers found that compared with term-born children, children born early preterm were rated with more symptoms of ADHD, inattention, and hyperactivity/impulsivity.
Bert Houston A holiday trip to the beach for a mum and her two children ended in tragedy because of a moment's inattention on the road.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder subtypes such as (i) predominantly inattention, (ii) predominantly hyperactivity/impulsivity, and (iii) combined inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity demonstrate distinct characteristics of psychiatric comorbidities (16).
The fact he crashed into the back of a parked van near Northop Hall was not down to the cocaine but to inattention and inexperience, his solicitor Simon Simmons claimed.
We analysed the data of the total difficulties score, the 4 difficulties subscale scores (hyperactivity / inattention, emotional symptoms, peer relationship problems, and conduct problems), and the strength subscale score (prosocial behaviour).
Symptoms of ADHD include impulsivity, overactivity, and inattention. In a study comparing brain scans of about 1,700 people of all ages with ADHD to more than 1,500 people without the condition, researchers found that five distinct brain regions were smaller in participants with ADHD.
Although all children showed improvement in measures of cognitive control after training, only the children with SPD and inattention showed statistically significant improvements in real world function using the Vanderbilt Assessment, a gold-standard parent-rating scale of real-world symptoms and function.
Reduced inattention and hyperactivity and improved cognition after marine oil extract (PCSO-524[R]) supplementation in children and adolescents with clinical and subclinical symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
* Mixer truck driver inattention causes three times more serious, costly collisions compared to other commercial vehicle operations.
after taking into account factors such as IQ, social class and parents' education, for every one-point increase in children's inattention levels at age seven, there was a two to threepoint drop in GCSE scores and a 6-7% increase in the likelihood of them not gaining at least five C grades.