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Gerald Edelman and Giulio Tononi (2000) have described how much of our cognitive life is the product of highly automated routines. When it comes to talking, listening, reading, writing or remembering, we are all like accomplished pianists. When we read, all kinds of neural processes are going on that allow us to recognize letters irrespective of the font and size, to parse them into words, to enable lexical access and to take care of syntactic structure. There was certainly a time in which we had consciously to learn about letters and words in a laborious way, but afterward these processes become e¤ortless and automatic.
But being unhappy for a few days does not qualify one for the diagnosis of depression. It is only when symptoms of depression significantly interfere with an individual’s activities over a longer time that he or she is eligible for such a diagnosis. Misconceptions about Focus and Willpower 9 Moreover, for inattention impairments to be considered a disorder, they not only have to be chronic and impairing, but also have to be present in a cluster. These multiple aspects of inattention constitute a syndrome, a grouping of symptoms that often occur together and characterize a specific disorder.
I’m always drifting in and out. It’s sort of like what happens when you’re listening to your car radio and you drive too far away from the station you’re listening to. You know how the voice or the music starts going in and out on you? That’s the way it is for me when I’m trying to listen to somebody talk. And lots of times it happens when I’m reading or trying to work on a paper. Most of the time I just can’t keep myself tuned to what I’m trying to do. Everyone experiences from time to time this diªculty in selecting and holding focus.