Examples of attention span in a Sentence
people with short attention spans
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Soon though, the moment was over, and not because of the short attention span of young consumers.
Still, his casting was met with mixed reviews, highlighting the short attention span of Bachelor Nation and potentially presenting a new marketing challenge for ABC come January 2018 when the new season premieres.
Have attention spans of theater-goers changed in the last 20 years?
Some social activists blame the media for the public's short attention span, believing that online interest is driven by the amount of time and attention the press gives to any given subject.
While that captured attention spans and Twitter feeds, a decimated Puerto Rico continues to ask for help.
To then sit in a slow game with long pauses—according to the Wall Street Journal, only about 18 minutes of a typical three hour MLB game consists of actual action—can test anyone’s attention span.
That’s a real treat in this day and age, especially when our attention spans have become so truncated.
There's also the ongoing problem of our corroded attention spans and increasing inability to separate fact from opinions or lies.
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ATTENTION SPAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of attention span for English Language Learners
: the length of time during which someone is able to think about or remain interested in something
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