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The process whereby attention is focused on a smaller area of interest so that specific sources of information are more likely to be perceived, but rare events are more likely to be missed. It is sometimes referred to as tunnel vision because of its tendency to cause peripheral stimuli to be ignored. Narrowing tends to increase under stress. See also selective attention. Compare scanning.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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