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PRESS RELEASE: SHOCKING FOOTAGE REVEALS DANGERS OF NOT PAYING ATTENTION IN ROADWORKS

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(AGENPARL) – ENGLAND, mer 18 novembre 2020 Highways England is urging motorists to drive carefully through roadworks as it reveals new research and shocking footage that show the dangers of not paying attention. Latest data shows road workers have reported around 6,500 incidents over three years of drivers going through......
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THE UNITED STATES AND THE MEDITERRANEAN IN AN AGE OF SHOCKS

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(AGENPARL) – WASHINGTON (DC), mer 04 novembre 2020 The United States has been a Mediterranean power for well over 200 years, but without devoting much attention to the Mediterranean as a strategic space in its own right. The November 2020 presidential election and the course of the Covid-19 crisis and......
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OUR ACTUAL ATTENTION IS NOW MEASURABLE

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(AGENPARL) – ZURICH (SWITZERLAND) mer 30 settembre 2020 Sander Staal, co-author of the study, shows how eye contact detection works. A green rectangle means eye contact, red means no eye contact. (Distributed Systems Group) This kind of technology seems to be becoming ever more necessary: Bâce’s research shows that the......
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MORE THAN 1,200 LOG ON TO ANNUAL FOCUS ON TEACHING AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE FOR NEW IDEAS, NETWORKING

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(AGENPARL) – ST. LOUIS (MISSOURI), mar 29 settembre 2020 James Lang, a professor of English and director of the D’Amour Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption University, delivered the keynote address at last week’s Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference. Lang discussed the challenge of teaching distracted minds. (Screenshot) James......
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AUDITORY ATTENTION WORKS ALIKE IN BIRDS AND PEOPLE

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(AGENPARL) – BUFFALO (NEW YORK), mer 16 settembre 2020 Many of the characteristics related to auditory attention in birds match those of humans, according to a new study. The findings offer insights into evolutionary survival mechanisms. Though previous research had explored auditory attention in animals, anthropomorphism clouded the experiments, essentially......

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