PERIPHERAL VISION DEVELOPMENT 4/4 (Peripheral Dispersed)

psychomotor speed | psychomotor speed 4/4

11/04/2018

 

Final level of the process of developing strategies for unconscious information receipt (“to see”):

The view is kept at the "point of perspective" and we equally follow the entire peripheral vision area.

Attention is not shifted from one object to another or from the specific area of the court to another, but we pay equal attention to the whole area.

Depending on the way we enter the state of "dispersed attention", we distinguish between "imposed" (imposed by the short moments of attention) and "spontaneous" (not imposed by the events from the environment or situation).

 

IMPOSED

For a better understanding of this strategy, we will describe the learning method:

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