One Mind, Many Uses-woodmam

The psychologist who created the problem took advantage of the mental calculator's habitual mental calculator stereotype of focusing only on numbers, and deliberately drew the mental calculator's attention to numbers that were apparently no more complex than usual, while losing count of the train's passing stations in the process of calculating them-attention is not enough to remember, and neither is the memory expert. The only way to remember what you want to remember is to focus on it.

  The environment that makes concentration possible varies from person to person. Gorky said.

  The woods caused in my heart a feeling of mental peace and tranquility, in which all my sorrows disappeared, and all unpleasant things were forgotten. At the same time, my sensibility was improved: my hearing and vision became much sharper, my memory was much stronger, and my mind stored more impressions.

  The duration of concentration varies from age to age, and usually the time to maintain a high level of attention does not exceed 30 minutes until the age of 12 (and can be considerably longer if there is a strong interest in the literacy material).

  The main factors that interfere with attention are: distracting thoughts; bad habits such as alcoholism, smoking, and "driving at night"; poorly regulated diet; uninvited visitors; and drugs that tend to make attention wander.

  The main environmental factors that interfere with concentration are: noise exceeding 25 decibels; too strong or too weak light; too cold or too hot room temperature; miscellaneous objects that tend to make concentration wander; and absolutely silent environment.

  To exclude the distracting factors that affect concentration, you can consciously carry out some concentration training and anti-distraction self-training. As a child, Mao Zedong often used the "quiet in the middle of the noise" method of reading at the entrance to the city. Li Zhengdao often went to the teahouse to read - the tea guests were talking about the world, but he was able to quietly read.

  Self-reward is also an important means of turning distractions into stimuli, so that attention from distraction to concentration.

  When the need to remember, but the mind emerges from watching movies, bathing, drinking tea and other distractions, you can take these distractions as a prize after reaching a certain memory goal, so that the distractions enough to hinder memory, but instead become the best inducer to stimulate memory. For example, if you remember a paragraph of text, you can drink hot tea and take a 15-minute break; if you remember two paragraphs of text, you can take a bath; if you finish recalling three paragraphs of text, you can go see a favorite movie. In this way, arrange your distractions in order from small to large, and put the first distractions to the last to deal with, which on the surface looks like a trick to coax children, but actually has the effect of promoting memory.

  In general, as long as the purpose is clear, tenacity and calm emotions, take appropriate training initiatives will make the scattered attention to learn to remember the content up.

  (4) Multi-purpose - attention allocation memory method

  Many people have the ability to use two minds at the same time.

  For example, some women can knit a sweater to the point where they can knit a sweater without error while looking up and talking to others or looking around to pay attention to something of interest. Some typists can be so skilled that they can keep typing accurately while talking with people they have business relationships with, or even listening to foreign language broadcasts. It has been pointed out that these people complete the control of the action all by the cerebral cortex to the subcutaneous center, complete the action without intentional attention and turn to automation, the cerebral cortex can "free up" to participate in a major memory activities, so that the two activities can be carried out at the same time smoothly.

  When two concurrent activities require attention, one of them must be primary and decisive. Thus, the problem of attention allocation arises. For example, when the teacher is lecturing, the students have to pay attention to both the lecture and the pen "notes". When students listen to a lecture after being able to write proficiently, they usually allocate most of their attention to the more rusty listening activities and a small portion of their attention to the proficient note-writing activities. Such an approach can take care of both and improve the efficiency of learning to memorize classroom knowledge.

  In order to learn to memorize, you must first learn to allocate your attention and focus your scattered attention on the rudimentary and difficult content you are learning to memorize.

  There are individual differences in the allocation of memory. Some people can use one mind (actually brain), some people can use two minds, some people can only use one mind, and some people also have difficulty in focusing their attention, according to different individual circumstances, according to their ability, do not be too big, greedy for more.

  (5) Reasonable time memory method

  The rational time memory method is to arrange different memory contents according to different rhythms of the biological clock - to make the best time and memory contents equal, i.e., to memorize the most difficult memory in the best time; to memorize the moderately difficult memory in the moderately good time; to memorize the non-difficult knowledge and experience in the non-good time.

  Since each person's optimal memory time often varies in type, it is optimal for each person to memorize knowledge and experiences of varying difficulty at the same time.

  If one person's best memory day in a month is a few days in the first half of the month, and another person's best memory day is a few days in the second half of the month, then the former person should schedule the lessons to be memorized in the first half of the month during the total review period, while the latter person should schedule the same difficult lessons in the second half of the month during the total review period.

  If A's daily biological clock rhythm is lark type, B's daily biological clock rhythm is owl type, and C's daily biological clock rhythm is both. C, you should schedule the most difficult contents of each review day in the period before going to bed or after waking up.

  If you don't let the best time correspond to the difficulty of learning and remembering, it is a waste of life to memorize non-difficult or non-study things at the best time! If you don't let the time correspond to the difficulty of learning, you will be wasting your life!

  The reasonable management of time, but also learn to actively rest, so that the different duties of the brain nerve cells alternating work, such as alternating literature and science.

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