attention span n.
Gauging Attention Span and Distractibility Delay
Gauging Your Attention Span and Distractibility Delay
Shaping Attention Span: An Operant Conditioning Procedure to Improve Neurocognition and Functioning in Schizophrenia
The Visual Nature of the Visual Attention Span Disorder in Developmental Dyslexia
Attentional performance of children with traumatic brain injury: A quantitative and qualitative analysis of digit span
Digit Span components as predictors of attention problems and executive functioning in children
C-53Differential Effects of Attention Span and Working Memory on Cognition and Stagewise Rote Aural Memory
B-57Role of Attention Span and Working Memory on Errors of the Benton Visual Retention Test
C-70Attention Span and Working Memory Correlates of Factorial Components of the Benton Visual Retention Test and the Serial Digit Learning Test, Nine-Digit Form
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1 The length of time for which a person can attend to something.
2 Another name for the span of apprehension. See also chunking, magical number seven.
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