Dr Gemma Briggs, a psychology lecturer at the Open University, studies attention in drivers and witnesses to crime and says the idea of an "average attention span" is pretty meaningless. She continues:
“It's very much task-dependent. How much attention we apply to a task will vary depending on what the task demand is."
That may be true, because I’m still distracted by that yummy picture of the chocolate puff pastry.
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