Tag: attentive listening

How to keep your attention for less than a second, a new study finds

Attention is a key ingredient in learning, and that’s why many students and adults in both the classroom and the workplace use it to focus their attention.But it’s not always the case.As research shows, students often need to get some help with their attention in order to learn or...

How to get a spell attention problem

If you’re struggling to spell the word “attention,” it’s probably because you’re not paying attention to what you’re doing.According to the National Association for the Deaf, about 3.5 million Americans suffer from spell-attention disorder.When you’re working on something for an extended period of time, it can affect your ability...

What’s the point of a listener who’s not listening to what they’re reading?

The latest Australian Financial Report finds that Australians are spending more time online than ever before, with a whopping 74 per cent of adults saying they spend more time reading, watching or watching TV online.And according to a survey conducted by the research group Deloitte, we’re not just spending...

When is attention not good for you?

This article was originally published on 12 January 2018.The title was changed on 13 January 2018 to reflect a review of recent research.Follow the links for the article.Attention model is an effective way of measuring the quality of attention.It provides a measure of the amount of time that a...

How to increase your attention span in a busy world

A recent study from the University of California, Los Angeles found that people who are attentive are more likely to stay engaged with information.The study surveyed 2,500 people about their activities, and found that those who were more attentive were more likely than those who weren’t to say they...