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Why you can't fight distraction

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Research shows that our brains are designed to be distracted. Scientists from Princeton University and the University of California found that our brain refocuses our attention four times every second. So as you read this sentence your brain is periodically scanning your surroundings to see if there is a more important location to focus on. (Video by Abi Morgan) (Source: Bloomberg)

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