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"Reading classification is not only beneficial, but also saves the mind." Modern brain neurological memory theory believes that only systematic (organized) information can form systematic temporary neural connections in the brain, literacy content also seems to be good to remember some; while the temporary neural connections formed by the lonely single literacy material is individual, independent, fragmented, scattered, not easy to remember, and even if it is remembered, it is difficult to maintain.

  Categorical memory facilitates quick extraction of information. The human brain is like a library, and the information needed is like books. Books that are categorized and cataloged are placed on the shelves in an orderly manner so that they can be taken out quickly and methodically when they are needed. Books that are not categorized and cataloged are piled up in a disorganized manner, and when they are needed, they cannot be found for a while.

  Example 1

  Prototype information to remember.

  Household appliances, trains, ducks, bicycles, computers, barbecues, microwave ovens, mangabeys, TVs, horses, airplanes, refrigerators, carriages, poultry, transportation, the Great Wall, Chang'e, domestic animals, the moon, book burning, washing machines, cars, chickens, mountain stream jumping, geese, Qin Shi Huang, pigs, stirring eagles, cows, crying, electric fans, tigers, hair dryers, rabbits, sheep.

  The original order of the prototype information was first disrupted and reorganized into the following five blocks according to custom.

  Household appliances: computer, barbecue, microwave oven, TV, refrigerator, washing machine, electric fan, hair dryer. Transportation: airplane, train, car, bicycle, horse-drawn carriage. Livestock: cattle, horses, pigs, sheep. Poultry: chicken, duck, goose. Others: tigers jumping from mountain streams, rabbits stomping on eagles, Meng Jiangnu crying over the Great Wall, Qin Shi Huang burning books and burying scholars, Chang'e running to the moon.

  Then the five blocks are integrated together in order to remember. In this way, it is much easier to remember the complex information that was originally disordered.

  Example 2

  Original order.

  Dance only next to two running flying butterflies in the butterfly horse's steed with flowers treading fragrant running hooves

  Reorganization by rule.

  The steed with fragrant flowers is running, and there are two butterflies flying next to its hooves.

  After regrouping according to the rules, these originally unconnected single words become a meaningful sentence, which is easy to remember.

  If from early childhood, the initiator tries to develop the habit of "processing the information to be remembered first and then systematizing it before memorizing it", then the children will be very conscious of doing this more and more skillfully when they grow up, which will be very beneficial to improve the efficiency of memory.

  (9) Regular integrated memory method

  Miller of Harvard University, after discovering the fact that an adult can often remember about seven scattered "bits and pieces" of information at once, believes that the trick to memory is.

  Put the seven things you want to remember into one big general category, and then add specific information to the category. Later, remember the names of the 7 categories, and by association you will be able to remember the bits of information you previously attributed to the 7 categories.

  For regular memorized content, you can adopt the mnemonic method of remembering it in regular chunks and then integrating (synthesizing) it - the number of memories grows with each chunk of content. For example, some foreign words may seem irregular at first glance, but a little analysis reveals their intrinsic connections.

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