distractibility

A disorder of attention in which the mind is easily diverted by inconsequential occurrences; seen in mania and attention deficit disorder. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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distractibility

(dis-trak″tĭ-bil┬┤ĭ-te) inability to focus one's attention on the task at hand so that the attention is too frequently drawn to irrelevant and unimportant environmental stimuli.
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distractibility

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-trak′ti-bil′i-tē Definitions: 1. A disorder of attention in which the mind is easily diverted by inconsequential occurrences; seen in mania and attention deficit disorder.
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Distractibility

The inability to maintain attention, that is, the shifting from one area or topic to another with mi
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