The study of the effects that an audience has on our behaviour remains an important topic for social psychology, .............
A) While any other form of disraction could produce other effects as well
B) since it is unlikely that the fear of speaking in front of an audience will be studied more than other types of fear
C) Whereas people are assumed to narrow the focus of their attention when they experience attention overload
D) as much of our behaviour occurs in the physical precence of others as spectators
E) even though motivation loss has been identified as the major factor in the decrease of academic success