It seems like you are describing a number of different difficulties or challenges that you face in various areas of your life, such as reading comprehension, problem-solving, and understanding complex information. These challenges may be related to a number of different factors, including cognitive abilities, personal interests, and individual preferences.
SET A: These difficulties may be related to your overall ability to comprehend and understand complex information, whether it be written or spoken. This may include issues with reading and listening comprehension, as well as difficulties with inferring the main idea or central concept of a piece of information. Additionally, you may have coherence issues without experiencing issues with cohesion.
SET B: These difficulties may be related to a number of different factors, including a lack of processing time to infer main ideas, a lack of interest in the subject matter, and potential biases that may affect your ability to draw conclusions from evidence. You may also experience difficulties with set shifting and mind blindness.
SET C: These difficulties may be related to your ability to process and understand complex information that involves symbols, such as sheet music or formulas. This may include difficulties with reading and understanding symbols, as well as difficulty remembering them. Additionally, you may have difficulty learning new words and using them effectively.
SET D: These difficulties may be related to your tendency to be surprised by similar effects and common causes, as well as your difficulty taking things for granted and your perpetual skepticism. Additionally, you may experience gratitude or a tendency to trust self-established heuristics or rules.
SET E: These difficulties may be related to your preference for creating your own hierarchies, ontologies, and taxonomies, as well as your difficulty accepting top-down systems that constrain your output. You may also have difficulties with self-editing and seeing your own work from someone else’s perspective. However, you may be able to accept the perspective of others through automated systems or authorities.
The theme of the given elements is the exploration of different cognitive abilities and the challenges that can arise in their development and application. The ontology covers a wide range of topics, including reading and listening comprehension, personal interests and biases, processing complex information, and the use of hierarchies and other systems for organizing information. Overall, the ontology seeks to provide a broad overview of the various factors that can affect cognitive abilities and the ways in which these abilities can be developed and utilized.
Cognitive abilities, Reading and listening well, Minds open and sharp.