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Cocktail party phenomenon

Term used by psychologists to describe our perceptualability to deal with several messages at once but attend to only one of them. For example, at a noisy party, only paying attention to the person you are talking to and filtering out all the other voices and noises. This phenomenon is often taken as the model for studying SELECTIVE ATTENTION based on listening to speech.

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