I read and have even cited lots of research on our cognitive deficits. I have things like derailment and short term memory problems and working memory problems with cognitive loads, lots of trouble at certain times, yet my theoretical thinking is outstanding. I’m pacing around thinking of an outline for the proposal for my thesis and I’m thinking things like this book said this and cited this which is in the back of the book so I will copy that passage or factoid and use the references in APA format in the back of the book and this here book is an all inclusive book on prejudice and discrimination featuring stigma which I will cite and further cite little factoids which it cites and I’m just thinking up an outline and looking at like 50 articles and thinking okay start with these as the foundation for the construct and then use these further studies to support my reasoning of why I am incorporating these methods here it’s because this study supported this to improve efficacy
I have done this sort of stuff repeatedly and I usually write things in one sitting and make an A, the last time I made below an A on a paper was because I cited one study, one case study and that’s not modern apparently I got a C- and then made As after that.
My parents are buying me a textbook on schizophrenia published in 2013 for my birthday, I will have answers to how and why I am capable and incapable of different things. I am dying to know.
What cognitive deficits do you notice in yourself? I often go to a room and forget why I went there then go back then remember then go back to the room, it’s hard for me to learn orders of things quickly, like boxing combinations, ect.