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Old 07-16-17, 07:40 PM
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Re: Let's talk about Hyperfocus

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Originally Posted by aeon View Post
Well, first we should get something straight. ADHD does not lead to or cause hyperfocus.

Focusing on something without the ability to switch to something else when you should be is called perseveration.


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Ian
Some of the experts on ADHD use the term "perseveration," but I've also seen quite a few of them who use the term "hyperfocus."
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