Most of the mistakes in thinking
are inadequacies of perception
rather than mistakes of logic.
Edward de Bono
From Why, To What, To How
Comprehensive solutions provide a worthy objective for us all. Let's work together to move mind-science discussions forward from reductionistic labels, beliefs, fantasies, dreams and group-think based upon superficial assessments. It takes a global team to face ever-improving biomedical reality and to understand how to use new mind measurement tools for more predictable destinations. Here at CoreBrain Journal, we connect the benches with the trenches. Here mind pros meet the realities of street life. Participatory medicine encourages your input. Spread the word.
"[We] work together,” I told him from the heart,
“Whether [we] work together or apart.”
This brief intro tells you some personal notes on how I learned to ask more relevant, more data-driven questions. Short answer: I often missed unseen targets back then. Now I always use markers to navigate any CoreBrain deep water journeys - to stay away from the rocks.
Our remarkable guests contribute exciting new maps for your more meaningful mind travels. They tell us how they learned to find their own ways using fresh tools with different rules.
Brain Science leads to Common Sense solutions. Without clear targets or specific biomedical measures guesswork rules, suffering continues, and lives are diminished.
"ADHD" provides an excellent example for the limitations of diagnosis by behavioral appearances. Executive Function remains woefully overlooked and rarely measured. Too many treat thinking without thinking about thinking.