Interest \(in Psychology\)


Interest \(in Psychology\)
Interest \(in Psychology\)
Defined as a kind of consciousness accompanying and stimulating attention, a feeling pleasant or painful directing attention, the pleasurable or painful aspect of a process of attention, and as identical with attention itself

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