September 4, 2013
How to Rebuild an Attention Span

In the war on distraction, a new long-term study of disrupted attention, multitasking, and aging shows dramatic results in improved working memory for older participants through use of an online game.
Read more. [Image: AP]

How to Rebuild an Attention Span

In the war on distraction, a new long-term study of disrupted attention, multitasking, and aging shows dramatic results in improved working memory for older participants through use of an online game.

Read more. [Image: AP]

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