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1. Definitions of Attention in psychology
2. What are types of Attention
3. What is active attention
4. what is passive attention
5. what is secondary passive attention
6. what are conditions, factors of attention
7. what are objective conditions of attention
8. What are subjective conditions of attention
Definitions of Attention in psychology
•Attention is derived from the Latin word “Attentis” which means to notice, to observe, or to consider.
•It is concentrated direction of mental state towards certain stimulus for example tennis match, lecture, cricket match etc
•According to James ward to be conscious of a thing and to attend to a means one and the same thing.
•According to Dr. Munn Dodge and his fellows, attention is an act or process are a function and not an ability.
•According to Stout attention refers to the personal interest which helps and individual to congnize a thing.
•According to woodworth tension basically explore everything and perception games knowledge about it.
•From all these definitions we can conclude that attention is a selective mental activity of the focal conscious are the center of conscious where all the objects are more clear and more perceptible than the marginal conscious.
Kinds of attention
•There are three kinds of attention
–Secondary passive attention
Active Attention | Attention in Psychology
•Active attention is the voluntary attention. It requires our will intention and self-interest are determined send a certain task. For example reading a book listening to a lecture are operating a machine requires at active attention. Active attention occupies conscious struggle which can be used by the higher animals and humans only.
Passive attention | Attention in Psychology
•Attention is an involuntary attention it does not required intention it is automatically activated by some powerful property of stimuli. For example a loud sound of drum beating are high power off eliminates light get us attentive without our intentions.
Secondary Passive attention | Attention in Psychology
•Secondary passive attention is active in the beginning and becomes passive after sometime. For example driving a car needs active attention at the part of new learner but after a due course of practice driving becomes an easy job for the expert driver and he requires passive attention.
•Another example is that when clear a drum beating sound you may get some passive attention but if you are not interested in listening the drum beating then automatically it will become secondary passive attention.
Conditions of attention | Attention in Psychology
•Because our factors which draw our attention are called conditions of attention there are two types of regions of attention.
–Objective conditions of attention
–Subjective conditions of attention.
Objective Conditions of attention | Attention in Psychology
•Intensity pertains to strength of a stimulus an object of more intensity draws a person the tension more easily than a weaker stimulus for example a loud noise is more stable than the Whisper a bulb of hundred power makes things more visible than the zero power bulb.
•Extensity pertains to the expansion of a stimulus a big object draw attention sooner than the smaller as the advertisements in broadest peace in the newspaper are attended more easily and sooner than classified small advertisements.
•Striking quality of an object is looking different from the common objects bright colours among dull colours objects words in Italic from among the simple format.
•A Movement in a still post object draws attention abruptly for example we are inattentive two birds but a bird flapping its feeder and Wings to fly attracts attention and similarly a v phenomena of a Apparent movement of still lives because our attention.
•Novelty An eccentric are strange newness of an object becomes more attractive than an old fashion.
subjective Conditions of attention | Attention in Psychology
•An attention is a mental process it is affected by the mental and physical state of the subject the condition relating to the subject physical mental state are called subjective conditions which may be enumerated as follows.
•Interest, aptitude, motive, expectancy, knowledge and experience, emotional state and temperament and personal attitudes are key conditions of attention in the context of a subject.
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