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One’s eyes may go over each sentence and one may have a feeling of understanding the words, but the meaning of the sentence or passage is not actually grasped. Recognition of the words is not accompanied by enough actively focused attention to capture the meaning and encode it in working memory. People who don’t su¤er from ADD syndrome may experience this “passive reading” if they try to read while they are very tired. Their eyes Six Aspects of a Complex Syndrome 31 may go over each word of the passage, but after a few pages they realize that they haven’t the foggiest notion of what they have just tried to read.
Though they may be very intelligent about other things, many seem clueless about how many tasks they can actually accomplish within a single day or week. Many create lists with thirty or more items for a single day, some of which are time-consuming projects that no one could actually accomplish in a month. They seem to have great diªculty figuring out how long a task will take and then prioritizing by putting some items ahead of others, deferring some to another day, or simply recognizing some as currently not possible.
In fact, while they do these complex tasks they may be tuning their radio, listening to the news, thinking about what they intend to fix for supper, and carrying on a conversation with a passenger. E¤ective execution of multiple and concurrent tasks involved in driving to the supermarket requires extensive use of executive functions, most of which operate without any conscious e¤ort. Many other routine tasks of daily life—for example, preparing a meal, shopping for groceries, doing homework, or par- 14 Misconceptions about Focus and Willpower ticipating in a meeting—involve similar self-management in order to plan, sequence, monitor, and execute the complex sequences of behavior required.