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  • understanding memory

  • read by Darek Prochaska

  • everyone remembers the game "Memory" right?

  • what a great way to exercise your mind as a child0:00:20.369,0:00:22.130 it seems i was better at the game0:00:22.130,0:00:24.589 when i was younger

  • sO what is memory?

  • memory is essentially learning that has persisted over time

  • or information that has been stored and can be retrieved

  • the study of memory

  • as part of cognitive psychology

  • which also includes the study of language

  • problem solving

  • and other

  • internal mental processes

  • throughout their lives

  • we are constantly bombarded

  • by our senses

  • everything we see

  • hear and smell

  • cannot possibly be recorded

  • into memory

  • each of our five senses

  • taste

  • smell

  • hearing and sight all begin has electrical impulses traveling through the brain

  • as each sensation relates to one another 0:01:12.900,0:01:15.689tiny synaptic junctions are created

  • these are basics for our memories are stored within the brain

  • as each relates to one another the memory formation become stronger

  • and more accessible

  • essentially our brains remember things by association 0:01:29.970,0:01:31.230 for example

  • when we remember what we had for breakfast

  • our brains will recall all the details recorded from our senses

  • such as the smell of the burnt toast

  • the taste of orange juice

  • after brushing our teeth

  • or whether or not it was a sunny morning

  • all these details combined

  • go into creating memories

  • in a sense

  • memories are less like a film strip

  • and more like a complex network of stored sensations 0:01:59.619,0:02:01.090So, how can we improve

  • memory capacity?

  • one of the most effective methods to improve one's memory is repitition

  • by repeating information multiple times each day

  • four days of the time

  • neural connections created by the memories are strengthened

  • if this information is not used forever

  • these connections can deteriorate over time0:02:22.039,0:02:27.459 the brain applies a use it or lose it principal when it comes to memories

  • another method for boosting ones memory

  • is to relate information to something you already understand

  • by applying concepts to your own life

  • and the form of images expressions or mnemonics

  • you relate the material two things you already understand

  • for example

  • using memory aids like mnemonics

  • we can understand of what the japanese kanji letter for Shi means

  • by understanding the shape

  • we can plainly see hot translates to the word stop 0:02:59.869,0:03:00.659 another method

  • is to eliminate distractions

  • by eliminating all these distractions the brain doesn't have to work as hard

  • to filter out extraneous information

  • studying in a quiet room with the door shut can help improve your memory

  • ability

  • even though our brains have a remarkable ability to retain information

  • we need to exercise them

  • in order for them to work properly

  • understanding the psychology of memory can provide many concrete methods to

  • enhance our memory

  • these include a repetition

  • relationships and mneumonics

  • the brain like muscles and our body must be exercised if it is to work

  • properly

  • hopefully have learned something with this presentation

  • thank you free time and click the ads to support this presentation.

understanding memory

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メモリを理解する (Understanding Memory)

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    阿多賓 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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