Attention describes a range ofcognitive processes and capacities that support the ability to detect stimuli that occur rarely, unpredictably, and over longer periods of time (sustained attention), to discriminate such stimuli from non-target stimuli (or "noise"; selective attention), and to perform in situations requiring attention to multiple stimuli, multiple sources of stimuli, stimuli presented in multiple modalities, and/or the processing of multiple and competing stimulus-response rules (divided attention).

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Anxiety and Depression 101

Anxiety and Depression 101

Everything you ever wanted to know about. We have been discussing depression and anxiety and how different information that is out on the market only seems to target one particular cure for these two common conditions that seem to walk hand in hand.

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