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Learning How to Learn - Memorization and Forgetting
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To Remember, the Brain Must Actively Forget | Quanta Magazine
Researchers find evidence that neural systems actively remove memories, suggesting that forgetting may be the default mode of the brain.
The Chunking Trick | National Geographic
About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest experts unlock the science ...
You probably won’t remember this, but the “forgetting curve” theory explains why l...
Learning has an evolutionary purpose: Among species, individuals that adapt to their environments will succeed. That's why your brain more easily retain...
11 Secrets to Memorize Things Quicker Than Others
We learn things throughout our entire lives, but we still don’t know everything because we forget a lot of information. Bright Side will tell you about ...
The Math Behind The 5-Hour Rule: Why You Need To Learn 1 Hour Per Day Just To Stay...
Three years ago, I coined the term The 5-Hour Rule after researching the most successful, busy people in the world and finding that they shared a patter...
How to Remember Anything You Really Want to Remember, Backed by Science | Inc.com
Learn faster. Retain more. Science -- and Adam Grant -- says so.
"So what can you do if you need remember something important?
Adam Grant took a d...
Want to Remember Everything You'll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm | WIRED
“...technique to turn people into geniuses. A portion of this technique, embodied in a software program called SuperMemo, has enthusiastic users around ...
Are you forgetful? That's just your brain erasing useless memories - The Verge
Most of us think "perfect" memory means never forgetting, but maybe forgetting actually helps us navigate a world that is random and ever-changing.
Need to remember something? Science says you should draw it - Fast Company
New research finds that the simple act of drawing boosts memory better than words do.
10 Proven Ways to Learn Faster
Neuroscience has taught us a lot about how our brains process and hold on to information.