Part #17- Brain Training May Bolster Visual Attention

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Part # 17 -Brain Training May Bolster Visual Attention

Introduction

People are bad at staying focused. We’ve all had our minds wander when we try to concentrate on a task that requires paying close attention but isn’t all that engaging. But a new NIH-funded study suggests that one’s capacity to stay focused can improve with real-time feedback. “The reason we are bad at staying focused is because we are bad at monitoring our attentional state,” explained Nicholas Turk-Browne, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University. Dr. Turk-Browne’s lab led the study published in Nature Neuroscience. This issue of NASET’s ADHD series comes from the National Institute of Health and will focus on brain training that may bolster attention

 

 

 

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