Sarah Macfalaneさんという、現在はニュージーランドのマッセー大学（Massey University）にて准教授である方が院生時代に書かれたものです。（多分）
Gifted children with learning disabilities:A paradox for parents
How can they seem to learn some things with no apparent effort, and yet in other areas of learning experience so much difficulty? As noted by Sturgess (1997, p. 3): "Amazing and creative achievements can pale into insignificance if the student is unable to remember what was assigned for homework or where a math book was left. Understandably, parents, teachers, and the students themselves wonder how they could be so capable when it comes to higher level thinking and abstract concepts, and yet so incapable when they are required to organise a written product, sequence ideas, and pay attention to detail."