Matthew George matt.msg at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 20:58:59 BST 2019

It's been suggested that what we consider 'normal' focus was unusual among
our ancestors.  Transitioning from hunter-gathering to stationary
agriculture probably had significant effects on our inborn behavioral
tendencies.  It's been suggested that reading is similar.

What distinguishes mere variation in a trait from a 'disorder'? he asked

Matt G.

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