Synonyms for distractions or Related words with distractions

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Examples of "distractions"
Blind (Metro Version) - 2013 - 0:46 - "Distractions lead to disaster."
Blind (Regional Version) - 2013 - 0:46 - "Distractions lead to disaster."
Distractions influenced by the advancement of technology, especially text messaging or talking on the phone, can require a combination of visual, manual, and cognitive attention from the driver, thus making these types of distractions particularly dangerous.
Nobody's Perfect is the debut album by UK new wave band The Distractions. Following the records's poor sales, the band split in 1981, the album remaining The Distractions' only LP.
tops to the oceanics. Get Loweded carries words from faraways. They sling distractions from
year, despite multiple distractions, attempting to find out who killed this stranger before
In May, 2013, a study showed that the ability to ignore distractions correlates with intelligence.
All distractions have been removed from the almost empty studio. The painter Karl von Kügelgen added:
Amid the distractions, the Bulls still won their sixth title in eight years.
Tae Bo has been characterized as an excellent cardiovascular workout with very good distractions.
The Distractions are a British punk rock/new wave band from Manchester, England.
The song Dead is a cover of Lesli's old band, The Distractions.
Distraction is the process of diverting the attention of an individual or group from a desired area of focus and thereby blocking or diminishing the reception of desired information. Distraction is caused by: the lack of ability to pay attention; lack of interest in the object of attention; or the great intensity, novelty or attractiveness of something other than the object of attention. Distractions come from both external sources, and internal sources. External distractions include factors such as visual triggers, social interactions, music, text messages, and phone calls. There are also internal distractions such as hunger, fatigue, illness, worrying, and daydreaming. Both external and internal distractions contribute to the interference of focus.
In addition to Dewey's proposition that the public cannot find itself because there are too many publics, he also blames the distractions of modern society. He points out that even in the past, the public has had other concerns than politics: "Political concerns have, of course, always had strong rivals". In discussing the distractions of the past, Dewey explains that those distractions are far more prevalent and bountiful in today's society and citing technology as the main perpetrator.
"Distractions" is the fourteenth episode of the first season of the NBC science fiction drama series "Heroes".
A quiz book, featuring most of the distractions seen on the show, was released by Carlton Books in late 2004.
'Lady Gasoline' is the second studio album from Dublin-born musician Chris Singleton and his backing band The Distractions.
Distractions can compromise a driver's mental skills. One study on the subject of mobile phones and driving safety concluded that,
By 1980, Kadmon resurfaced joining the Distractions, although by the time, the group were demising until their disbandment in 1981.
Recent studies in Indiana found that distractions were associated with 56% of accidents, more even than drunk drivers.