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Attention is when we point our sight and thought on a particular thing.

It is the behavioral and cognitive process of concentrating on a specific piece of information.[1] Attention has also been described as the way we make use of limited cognitive processing resources.[2]

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  1. James W (1890). The Principles of Psychology. Vol. 1. New York: Henry Holt. pp. 403–404.
  2. Anderson JR (2004). Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications (6th ed.). Worth Publishers. p. 519. ISBN 978-0-7167-0110-1.