Voluntary attention

Type of attention requiring the will act for concentration and holding the object within the perception field. Thus, when we read the book turned to be boring, a very strong voluntary attention involment is neccessary, otherwise, the text becomes ignored, and you have to read the page many times. We may talk about dividing voluntary attention by several components - voluntary attention for solving the current task, concentration and ignoring of various distraction factors and carefulness, when the situation requires waiting.

Why is it useful to train
voluntary attention ?

Need to attentively listen to the person you are talking to , reply to e-mail, write properly and remember to switch the iron off? Voluntary attention helps not only to write properly and find mistakes swiftly, without missing important events, performing the plenty of tasks accurately and fast.

Games, educational voluntary attention

Try to correctly specify the color of the word, not paying attention to its name. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.
Select a shape, which is exactly the same in color and shape or does not coincide at all.
Open cells and get the coin. Double-click on one cell in a row is impossible.
Here is a table filled with numbers; to successfully complete the game you must find and click all numbers alternating between ascending black and descending red.

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