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How to Study and Learn (quickly)

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How to Study: A Brief Guide | State University of New York at Buffalo


William J. Rapaport, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Department of Philosophy, and Center for Cognitive Science, State University of New York at Buffalo, Mo...

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How to Master a New Skill | Harvard Business Review - Harvard Business Review (2012)


We all need to get better at something. “But once you know what you want to be better at — be it public speaking, using social media, or analyzing data — how do you start? Of...

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Joseph Campbell’s daily routine for “the most important period of my scholarship and study” - Better Humans (2017)


For five years, the bestselling author did the same few things each day.

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This training exercise boosts brain power, Johns Hopkins researchers say - The Hub (2017)


2017, John Hopkins University researchers identify specific exercise that boosts memory, attention... One of the two brain-training methods most scientists use in research is si...

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Simple Ways to Be Better at Remembering | New York Times


New York Times, 2017: "Memory is a reconstruction, not a photographic recording. Our brains — unlike computers — are forever rerecording those memories.

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“Learning How to Learn,” the most popular course on Coursera (nytimes.com)


The New York Times By JOHN SCHWARTZ Learning to Learn: You, Too, Can Rewire Your Brain How an engineering professor who “flunked my way” through high school math and science w...

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Reading Information Aloud to Yourself Improves Memory - Neuroscience News - Neuroscience News (2017)


Whether you are studying for a big exam or just need to remember a few minor details, researchers say reading aloud can help you retain information.

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Article coursera.org

Course: "Learning how to Learn" - Coursera


One of the top MOOC courses on Coursera: "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects"

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Article truesimple.com

D.S.S.S – Timothy Ferriss’s Model for Rapid Learning


In The 4-Hour Chef, Ferriss introduces a model he uses for rapid learning with the acronym D.S.S.S: Deconstruct, Selection, Sequencing, and Stakes. He claims to have successfull...

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Article medium.com

30 Days to a Smarter Brain (How to Rapidly Improve How You Think) - Medium (2018)


Everyone wants a better, and smarter brain to process information faster and have better memory recall. The most brilliant minds don’t have more brain power than the average per...

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Three Steps To Get Up To Speed On Any Subject Quickly - Nir and Far (2016)


With a few days to learn everything about a new subject, how do you figure out what’s important? Learn 3 steps to get up to speed on any subject quickly.

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