Broadbent’s Filter Theory: In 1958, Broadbent proposed that the entire nervous system can be considered as a single-channel system with a limit on the amount of information that can be processed per unit time. He augmented this view by a selective filter that focuses only on a portion of the external stimuli to be processed.
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