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Gene Kim-Eng wrote:
<< It may be that I don't understand the nature of ADD, but this doesn't
sound to me like an attention "deficit," but rather, the ability to focus
concentration precisely where it needs to be, to keep it there for as long
as it needs to be, and to refocus it elsewhere when necessary, all of which
would seem to be to be the exact opposite of what I thought ADD was...?>>
The problem (as I understand it) isn't so much a deficit of attention, it's
an inability to filter out the noise in order to focus on a single task.
Many kids with ADHD can indeed focus on video games for long periods because
the continuous action and bright colors allow the child to follow what's
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