Visual Attention and Tracking was designed to provide support for individuals with attention deficits. Three types of visual attention training are provided representing varying degrees of difficulty. The attention conditions from simplest to most difficult are: Focused Attention, Selective Attention, and Alternating Attention. Focused Attention requires watching for one event to occur and responding only when it does. Selective Attention is similar to Focused Attention except that an element of visual distraction is added. Alternating Attention requires attending to one stimulus for a period of time and then switching attention to another stimulus. The program is very easy to use and provided an interesting challenge.
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 128 megabytes (MB) RAM. Level: Mid to High