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    I've read this article about how people with ADHD perceive time, it reminded me of the description of static types. anyway I thought it was quite interesting.

    Time moves too slowly for hyperactive boys - health - 10 June 2009 - New Scientist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Very interesting article. Though I don't think it has anything to do with Socionics.
    If you knew a baby ENTp you'd understand, or even an adult ENTp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Why?
    Because ILEs are among the most "energetic" types (as well as ENTj Ni), so normal people get crazy when trying to keep us "under control", or to "follow us"
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    I cannot say whether or not ADHD has anything to do with socionics.
    I do think that certain aspects of socionics can be verified/dismissed by comparing it with mainstream psychlogy and seeing whether or not there is a conflict. ADHD (I am no expert on this and am simply judging from my own observations) could (and I'm not saying it should) be described as an extreme form of EP temperement and in my opinion there are connections between the EP description below and the above article that are unlikely to be entirely coincidental.

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    Anyone else noticed how, when you're busy, two days seem like, I don't know, a week?

    Anyone else noticed how, when you're bored, two hours seem like, I don't know, five?

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    The article says it affects 5% of the population assuming it's not being over-diagnosed. Either way that's a bit less than 1/16 of 100% and much less than 4/16.

    Gulenko talks about cause-effect thinking as having a slowed down perception of time during critical moments. A few minutes can seem like hours.
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