Tag: focused attention

Focus attention: Can you learn to focus, not stare?

Focus attention is a term used to describe a state in which the brain is able to pay attention to and process information more efficiently than when it is unfocused.Focus attention can also be referred to as cognitive reserve, cognitive reserve capacity, and cognitive reserve.In a research study conducted...

How to define attentiveness in a new term

It’s been a little over a year since I posted a definition of attentiveness, and that was due in part to a change in terminology.While the definition is still “attention to detail,” it’s no longer the focus of my work.Instead, I’m now focusing on the “attentive” aspect of attention:...

How to listen to your music all the time without paying for Spotify

By now you’ve heard the hype about Apple Music.It’s been around for almost a year, and now, with a new album coming out, it’s finally getting some serious attention from gamers.That attention may not be on Spotify, though.The company announced this week that it’s partnering with Twitch, a service...