Art & Ideas

St. Augustine FL

Blue Springs Manatee

Asher in hiding ..

Asher in hiding ..

Asher is the least fearful and most cuddly of the 4 feral rescue inside cats. He was the scout that saved them all by coming to beg for food and then running off to get the rest of the clan (Jazz, Cleo, and Teddy) and bringing them back to eat.

Florida creatures

Jazz & Cleo: togetherness.

My Florida Blooms

Mitzy Pia when she first moved into our yard 2004.

Cocoa Beach, FL

Caba San Luca Mexico

ucresearch:

newsweek:

In a surprise discovery, researchers have identified a group of people whose cognitive abilities allow them to accomplish much more than the rest of us in any given moment. The secret of their success may be simply ignoring more—and doing and feeling less—than the average person.
via Meet The Super Taskers

Research by UCSF neurologist and neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley suggests that these “superpowers” (juggling a bunch of tasks without making mistakes) could be manifestations of the same underlying ability: cognitive control. Stimuli do not simply flood into our brains, he says —we selectively let them in by regulating attention.
What Strayer calls a supertasker could, from this perspective, be thought of as an elite cognitive controller: a person who precisely selects what information gets in and (as Gazzaley has shown) what gets screened out. The better you are at ignoring distractors, he’s found, the better your ability to keep track of multiple streams of information, error-free.”

ucresearch:

newsweek:

In a surprise discovery, researchers have identified a group of people whose cognitive abilities allow them to accomplish much more than the rest of us in any given moment. The secret of their success may be simply ignoring more—and doing and feeling less—than the average person.

via Meet The Super Taskers

Research by UCSF neurologist and neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley suggests that these “superpowers” (juggling a bunch of tasks without making mistakes) could be manifestations of the same underlying ability: cognitive control. Stimuli do not simply flood into our brains, he says —we selectively let them in by regulating attention.

What Strayer calls a supertasker could, from this perspective, be thought of as an elite cognitive controller: a person who precisely selects what information gets in and (as Gazzaley has shown) what gets screened out. The better you are at ignoring distractors, he’s found, the better your ability to keep track of multiple streams of information, error-free.”

Winter Park, FL

Appreciating the green in my own backyard

Grand Canyon