5 edition of Never Too Small to Remember found in the catalog.
Never Too Small to Remember
by Cluster Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||102|
Rare People Who Remember Everything Scientists are taking a closer look at the extremely rare people who remember everything from their pasts. And yes, their brains are different. It's been well recognized since the 's we remember "bits" of information better if we chunk them. For example, it's easier to remember as "" and "" than as six individual digits.
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I also never go over the same info more than once in a short space. Try to imagine the book, like a movie in your head, Whenever I read its just like the movie theater, it helps you remember things too. If your reading a text book, imagine its a documentary, its not.
If it's a book I didn't enjoy then strangely enough I'll probably remember it for longer than a book I found to be just okay. For the first week or so it'll be the parts that I hate that'll stick in my memory, but after that it'll just be an association with the book's title that'll make me remember I didn't like it even if I can't remember.
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Instead of trying to memorize an entire chapter of your textbook, focus on one short section or key piece of information at a time. For example, if you’re trying to remember vocabulary for a language class, don’t try to memorize more than words at a 87%().
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