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This includes maintaining attention for normal periods and the ability to shift attention to different areas after concentrating on one set of ideas. Also included here are difficulties screening out distractions (voices, noises, and visual things) in the environment, as well as suppressing one's own preoccupations while there is other work to be done.

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