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Dit eenvoudige trucje kan uw geheugen aanzienlijk verbeteren | Topics.nl
Het trucje: even de tijd nemen om - letterlijk - niets te doen. Doof de lichten, leun achterover, en geniet van tien à vijftien minuten complete rust. Nadien zal u merken dat u nieuwe informatie veel gemakkelijker onthoudt dan wanneer u dat kwartiertje productiever had proberen te benutten.
brains  memory  health  meditation 
16 hours ago by dominomaster
Easily Memorize 80+ Names in a Few Hours
Memorising techniques for long list of names with pictures.
memory  names 
yesterday by cd
BBC - Future - An effortless way to improve your memory
HN discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16364423
... taking the occasional down time – to do literally nothing – may be exactly what you need. Just dim the lights, sit back, and enjoy 10-15 minutes of quiet contemplation, and you’ll find that your memory of the facts you have just learnt is far better than if you had attempted to use that moment more productively.
brain  health  learning  memory  research 
yesterday by Styrke
The Centered Mind - Hardcover - Peter Carruthers - Oxford University Press
"The Centered Mind offers a new view of the nature and causal determinants of both reflective thinking and, more generally, the stream of consciousness. Peter Carruthers argues that conscious thought is always sensory-based, relying on the resources of the working-memory system. This system has been much studied by cognitive scientists. It enables sensory images to be sustained and manipulated through attentional signals directed at midlevel sensory areas of the brain. When abstract conceptual representations are bound into these images, we consciously experience ourselves as making judgments or arriving at decisions. Thus one might hear oneself as judging, in inner speech, that it is time to go home, for example. However, our amodal (non-sensory) propositional attitudes are never actually among the contents of this stream of conscious reflection. Our beliefs, goals, and decisions are only ever active in the background of consciousness, working behind the scenes to select the sensory-based imagery that occurs in working memory. They are never themselves conscious.
"Drawing on extensive knowledge of the scientific literature on working memory and related topics, Carruthers builds an argument that challenges the central assumptions of many philosophers. In addition to arguing that non-sensory propositional attitudes are never conscious, he also shows that they are never under direct intentional control. Written with his usual clarity and directness, The Centered Mind will be essential reading for all philosophers and cognitive scientists interested in the nature of human thought processes."
in_NB  cognitive_science  memory  consciousness  philosophy_of_mind  books:noted 
2 days ago by cshalizi
The Benjamin Franklin Method of Reading Programming Books | Path-Sensitive
Here’s how it works:
Read your programming book as normal. When you get to a code sample, read it over

Then close the book.

Then try to type it up.

Simple, right? But try it and watch as you’re forced to learn some of the structure of the code.

It’s a lot like the way you may have already been doing it, just with more learning.
programming  memory  education  profdev 
3 days ago by Chirael

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