Attention - Attention switching

Skill development attention switching

Attention switching

Attention switching is the conscious and purposeful action of shifting attention from the one object to another. The inverse state of attention switching is absent-mindedness, which usually comes due to lack of proper switching from task to task. The greatest difficulty related to switching is the full involvement in the new process, without looking back to the previous. For instance, it's that difficult to fall into text editing carefully after the date with the lovey, without getting distracted by memories about the meeting.

Why it is profitable to train attention switching?

It is so great to play a computer game in the evening, or check the feed on Facebook, howerver, you must make a strong will act of switching your attention to making the boring and dull report. Development of attention switching will help to make yourself disengage from the exciting stuff and go to the tedious and, probably, not very interesting activity.

Games developing attention switching

Game  Stroop Ex

Stroop Ex

Try to find the card, whose inscription does not match the color of the former. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.

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Game  Geo Switching Ex

Geo Switching Ex

On the field, there is an object whose property you need to specify as quickly as possible by pressing the Yes / No buttons. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.

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Game  Airport

Airport

Choose where blue aircraft is flying to and where the red aircraft is flying from. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.

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Game  Geo Switching

Geo Switching

On the field, there is an object whose property you need to specify as quickly as possible by pressing the Yes / No buttons. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.

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