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BY Yerald Hernandez Distraction

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Definition: According to the Webster Dictionary, Distraction is being mentally confused

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1. Auditory Distraction Is being distracted by noise 2. Thought Distraction- Is being distracted by your own thoughts 3. Visual Distraction- Is being distracted by what you see 3 Types of Distraction

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Attention Deficit Disorder Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Types of disorders

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Definition According to Hallowell ADD is “a neurological syndrome whose classic defining triad of symptoms include impulsivity, distractibility, and hyperactivity or excess energy.” When having this disorder it is very hard to concentrate because you get distracted so easily because you have so much energy or you just can’t stay at one place. A.D.D.

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About 15 million people have ADD most of which do not know it or do not recognized it. This disorder affects everyone no matter the age, gender, or ethnicity Only 1/3 of the people who have it as a teen outgrow it. A.D.D.

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Is a cell phone a distraction? According to an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer Driving while talking or listening to a Cell phone is the same as driving Drunk. The picture on your right shows how the brain activity has being reduced due to listening to your cell phone.

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According to the article in the Philadelphia Inquirer “Brain scans show activation of the parietal lobe when a subject was "driving" undistracted, left, and during conversation”

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Distraction is all around us, its your cell phone that you have in your pocket or in your purse it even is a disorder. Distraction affects the way we live, what we do and what we don’t get done. We can easily get distracted by the sound of the air conditioning or by zoning out. So if it happens to everybody how do we stop it? Distraction

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There are many ways to stop distraction. First of all when you are trying to focus stay away from things that you know will distract you like a TV, lots of noise, and have your mind clear so it can concentrate. How To?

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Second of all, According to Einstein you should say to your self “I will not be distracted by that anymore”. Also try to study no more than two hours a day, instead of studying five hours the night before and exam. And try to avoid using your cell phone while you drive, but definitely avoid TEXTING while you drive.

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Distraction. (2009). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. Retrieved November 16, 2009, from <http://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/Distraction> McCullough, M. (2008). Cell phones drive them to distraction. Philadelphia Inquirer, Retrieved from <http://www.ccbi.cmu.edu/news/1%20CCBI%20Clippings/ Brain%20Research%202008%20- %20Driving%20with%20Cell%20Phones/Cell%20phones%2 0drive%20them%20to%20distraction,%20brain%20imagin g%20shows%20%20Philadelphia%20Inquirer%20%2003- 06-2008.htm> Hallowell, E. (2006). Driven to distraction [Chapter 1]. Retrieved from <http://www.enotalone.com/article/5597.html> Photographic, Memory. (Producer). (2009). Albert einstein's method for focus and concentration - revealed! [Web]. Retrieved from <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81knPhXNrGY> Biblibiography

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