The perception of individuals with high simple attention can vary depending on the situation and the perspective of the observer, but they are generally viewed as being very attentive, alert, detail-oriented, and focused. They may also be perceived as being thorough and accurate in their work, as they are able to pay close attention to details and notice even small changes or inconsistencies. Additionally, as this trait may increase their ability to prioritize and manage time, they could be perceived as reliable in completing tasks on time and follow through commitments. Socially, their capacity to single out distractions and focus can make them good listeners and increase their empathy as they are able to pick up important details and social cues.
However, people with high simple attention could struggle with seeing the larger patterns and some people may perceive them as being overly focused or rigid in their thinking, and therefore also less flexible, and less likely to take risks.