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Executive Functions Model Part 2 – Development

In the Part 1, we looked at the origins of the executive functions as a concept. We saw how the idea was born from the desire to investigate and understand the differences between a person’s behavior before they had suffered … Continue reading

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Executive Functions Model Part 1 – Beginnings

Executive Functions of the Frontal Lobes: A New Perspective on an Old Story On September 13, 1848, an apparently responsible, capable, and virile 25-year-old foreman of a railroad construction crew, named Phineas Gage, accidentally dropped a 131/4-pound iron tamping rod … Continue reading

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Intuition vs Ritalin

In a previous post on the missing faculties, I pointed out that the inductive faculty is the one that goes missing under the influence of drugs and dopamine self-addiction. The question is not ‘is there an inductive faculty?’ because those … Continue reading

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Fifty Great Things About ADD

Hi all! In a previous post, I spelled out all the important stuff in the DSM that concerns AD/HD. At the end of the post I suggested that there were a few misconceptions in that listing. I’d like to cover … Continue reading

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The Dyadic Flip Logical Inversion – Intro

For all practical purposes, there is a profound logic error at the base of our thinking. It’s called by several different names, but what’s more important is the description of how it can corrupt our thinking. An acquaintance of mine … Continue reading

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Dopamine Addiction & The Chemistry of Boredom

Preface Armed with the knowledge of dopamine self-addiction and the deep logical error elsewhere referred to as the ‘dyadic flip’, we can look again at the related neuroscience. The knowledge of dopamine gene differences in the population at large having … Continue reading

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The Missing Faculties

Point blank: dopamine addiction causes the suppression of a whole layer of cognitive faculties. Allow me to elaborate: Our universe has a property called algorithmic redundancy. What this means is that every little thing does not go off doing its … Continue reading

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