Voluntary Attention

2017-02-08 - 11:11 | News | Tags: |

Focalizao is different of sustentation; The attention creates a field in which evolutions of the thought are possible without they are lost; these are possible by means of the unification of the old one to the new. Sensorial attention: Sensible objects (sounds, colors) intellectual Attention: Idealismo involuntary Attention: Feeling of effort divided Attention: I am directing but I am hearing the radio. Abnormalitys of the Hipoprosexia attention: global reduction of the attention. Aprosexia: total abolition of the capacity of attention, independent of the stimulatons. Distraction: signal of active superconcentration of the attention on determined contents and objects. Distraibilidade: pathological state that if states for marcante instability and difficulty or incapacity to fix itself or if to keep in any thing that implies productive effort. Incapacity of concentration Voluntary Attention the voluntary attention involves active election deliberated of the individual in one determined activity, that is, she is directly on to the motivations, interests and expectations (Dalgalarrondo, 2000).

According to Macar (2001), the voluntary attention is mediated by the controlled processing of the information, in which the effect facilitadores of the played task are folloied by the inhibiting effect on the competing activities. In this manner, if we attempt against to the one modality (example: reading), other modalities can be inhibited (example: insensitive to the sounds that arrive) (Bear and collaborators, 2002). Involuntary attention the involuntary attention with which we are born and is strong present in first infancy (LURIA, 1979). The external stimulatons continue gifts in ours day-by-day: a sudden horn can in them call attention, or the noise of a thunder can awaking in them for rain is there; that is, when it has strong stimulatons, the attention is directed they. Still thus, we perceive that the attention, exactly involuntary, it also can be mediated by the acquired signs (LURIA, 1979). For example, we react ' ' instintivamente' ' when hearing the sound of our name.