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distraction conflict theory


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The suggestion that when a person is performing a task the mere presence of others creates a conflict between concentrating on the task and concentrating on the other people. This conflict increases arousal, which leads to social facilitation. See also Zajonc's model.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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