2 thoughts on “Directed Attention Fatigue?”

  1. True enough. This seems like someone just trying to get grant money, or their name in the annals. How does this advance understanding, or turn the corner on a treatment? Right, it doesn’t. So, being fatigued causes decreased ability to pay attention? Wow! Next thing they will tell us is that sleep deprivation and its inevitable sequelae; decreased neurotransmitter levels (including serotonin), and lower serum glucose , makes us cranky and tired.

  2. Although if this research proceeds, maybe I’ll eventually be able to get my HMO to buy me Starbucks coffee every morning!

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