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Learning-specific distraction (subject matter)
In some cases, learners might get distracted by some part of the learning material, to the point that they keep thinking about that and don't pay attention to future material. For instance, a teacher may pose a problem to learners, discuss it, and move on, but a learner might be busy trying to understand the problem posed by the teacher even as the teacher has moved on to other subjects.
See also the [[split attention effect]].
===Anxiety or emotional issues induced by the learning context===

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