We can take two paths: as with Sesame Street, we can cater to the decreasing attention spans
, or as Mr.
Their results show those who persisted on a problem-solving task did not have better results on tasks that tested their attention span
Her attention span
got longer, her handwriting got neater.
Another factor hurting chess: The short attention spans
of American youth.
It can lessen your attention span
, lead you to overeat, and increase your chances of injury-It can also make you cranky
A study of 27- to 47-year-old men found that a low attention span
corresponded with a subsequent decline in iron levels in the body.
Some common symptoms after a critical incident include fear, confusion, memory problems, suspiciousness, dizziness, a shortened attention span
, as well as a host of other reactions.
Anand Grover from the Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit, Mumbai, India, said 'I am very disappointed at the absence of the delegates from countries who are most affected, their short attention span
, and the lack of meaningful government participation.
The researchers evaluated participants' attention span
, memory, planning ability, and other cognitive functions both before and after taking the AAT.
Don't criticize their short attention span
, but utilize it to accomplish tasks with more frequency.
The teacher began to see that students' attention span
She has no attention span
and does not communicate appropriately.