There are times when after saying something I doubt about having said I kind of "trail off" and mumble off.
I think that there's a common assumption that when ppl learn (becoming skilled after so much culmination) it's easier to pull off top-down processing and hence pick up on things. What I think is discounted is how dependent ppl still are (for whatever reason; a language barrier,years of habitual laziness etc) on bottom up processing. When you explain the little features to ppl,teachers might complain that it's like there "spoon feeding toddlers". Factor that; I'd roll with the assumption that for most ppl bottom up processing is a default for learning information. Even if it were done among experts what it'd mean I'm guessing is that the experts would bring up a lot of detail on every concept or object brought up. Almost as if they used definitions used instead of singular phrases or terms to encapsulate.
Imo top-down process relies on info eventually becoming intuitive whereas if you constantly use a bottom-down approach it seems to entail systemizing much more often.
However if a person has top-down inclination and is very knowledgeable and skilled that doesn't mean their attitude is any less cocky.
Imo humor via action is tricky to pull off well when a sense of humor which is visual is no longer considered "the norm" as among adults.
Makes me think--how do you know when a sense of humor is not coming off as "annoying"?.
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Es interestante como solo con unas cuantas pensiamientos puede una persona sostener un cierto actitud por tanto tiempo.
Lana Del Rey and trip-hop would be interesting imo.
Admitto que avecez evito sentimientos por deciendome que "hay cosas mas importantes que x sentimientos".
I admito sometimes I avoid feelings by telling myself "there are more important things than x feelings".