Random Quote #5

“The exercise of attention control leads people to experience failure or to view themselves as poor at attention control. Attention control is often experienced as effortful and difficult, and so after exercising attention control participants may feel as though they did no perform as well as they should have performed.”

In Effortless Attention: a new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action (Brian Bruya, ed.)


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