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Re: Attention. What is it? How do you know that you have enough?

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There is always too much information to store. "HSP" or not.



Unfortunately we have all been led up the garden path re "working memory", primarily it relates to motor activity. ( though typing, talking, writing, playing are all forms of motor activity.

From my recent reading working memory is consumed in holding in mind the initial position of the eye, the head and the body, and the position at the end of the movement.

The symbolic content of the written/typed material also uses working memory-- but that working memory is not fundamentally different from the abstract ideas of where the body parts are at.




Talking and gesture are the primary modes of communication. In fact non verbals predominate.





The idea of "burst mode" does not really fit with the physiology of eye movements.
In ADD the eye movements are continually overshooting, undershooting or correcting. That requires more movements.
The real issue lies in the sensory mismatch which leads to us not actually "knowing" (subconsciously) where we, our eyes and our heads and neck are.



Ive drawn attention to this video before, but it shows a very clear inverse correlation between numbers of eye movements, physiological distress and competency of eye movements before and after neuro rehabilitation.

You cant get a plainer knowledge of the relevance of this model.
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