Negative priming is a cognitive paradigm (i.e., model) used in clinical research to refer to a delay in response or an increase in errors when responding to an item that was previously ignored. The set up is as follows; in a first trial (called control condition), you are asked to ignore the word “red” and…
THE Coordinated activity of multiple brain regions and neural networks. Attention is a complex cognitive process that involves the selection and prioritization of sensory information for further processing and interpretation. According to neuroscience, attention is regulated by a network of brain regions that work together to filter, amplify, or suppress incoming sensory information based on…
High anxiety makes it hard to sustain attention during difficult tasks because it requires increased cognitive efforts.