Imagination through association-woodmam

Cause-and-effect association

  The "Matthew effect," which is still new to most people - "For to everyone who has, more will be given, so that he may have more; and from everyone who does not have, even what he has will be taken away. (This is a passage from the Bible's Gospel of Matthew)-is borrowed by American scientist Robert Merton to explain the phenomenon that "scientists who are already famous are given more and more credit (social recognition) for their contributions, while scientific figures (scientists) who are not yet famous refuse to recognize their achievements."

  He says, "The Matthew effect causes many new talents to suffer losses and their contributions are often erased; the Matthew effect also sometimes discredits scientists who have become famous but whose academic insights are not yet mature after the publication of their articles."

  In the process of memorization, if you can associate the "Matthew effect" with the actual events around you, you will immediately recall the Matthew effect when you see the above phenomenon around you, and then the Matthew effect will be remembered in your brain.

  Contrast association

  When you see, hear or recall something, you will often associate it with the opposite thing. Comparing various knowledge and grasping its characteristics can help you remember, which is the method of comparison and association. This is a common method in ancient poetry, where there are many comparisons between the first line and the second line.

  If you want to remember the moss liquid, which has special effects in treating bee venom, it is easy to associate it with the anecdote about Hua Tuo's invention of moss liquid: Hua Tuo remembered by heart the observation that "in a fight between a wasp and a spider, the spider that was stung by the wasp crawled on the moss and rolled to its normal state. The moss liquid is a special medicine for bee venom.

  Similar association

  In order to remember the information that "the human brain is equipped with 100 billion nerve cells, and these nerve cells are interwoven into a very complex network of nerve cells", some people associate nerve cells with microcomputers and nerve cell networks with microcomputer networks, weaving together a set of visualized information.

  The human brain is like a hundred billion microcomputers, and these microcomputers are interwoven into a very complex microcomputer network.

  When studying geography, some people associate the Italian peninsula with the similarly shaped boots: when they see people wearing boots, they think of the Italian peninsula and remember the point without spending any time on it.

  Proximity association

  The information to remember is "Three types of decision makers: Type A does not seek profit and is afraid to take risks. Type A is slow to respond to profit, but sensitive to loss; Type B seeks profit and dares to take risks. The reaction to losses is relatively slow, but the reaction to benefits is more sensitive; Type C - also this (A) and that (B) type, completely according to the value of losses and profits and expectations to choose a course of action." This set of information is easy to remember if the memorizer can associate real people close to him/her with the above information that needs to be remembered as soon as he/she sees these three types of people around him/her.

  Guiding students to create close associations between the meanings of unique words also has a desirable effect on memory. For example, "sleep" is associated with "eye", "dust" is associated with "small" and "earth", "tip" is associated with "small" and "big", "disaster" is associated with "fire". ", using both hands to separate things is "break" ......

  Associating from one to the other

  For example, by listening to the recording of the deceased's life, we can associate and imagine the deceased's appearance, demeanor, personality, character, and strengths when he was alive; by listening to the comedy played on the radio, we can associate with the voice and smile of the comedian; by watching "Water Margin", we can associate with the image of the actor in the TV series; by touching or watching the relics of the celebrity in the history museum, we can associate with The more you associate, the clearer your imagination is, and the more firmly you can remember.

  Pictogram harmonic association

  The moon is bent and smiling (C)

  Pictogram with C and C harmonic

  Whether it is pictogram or harmonic, it is just a reminder to remember, but the writing and pronunciation should still follow the standard.

  An important step in learning to associate and imagine is to enliven the mind in a pleasant and cheerful context, so that the energy of thinking radiates to all fields, industries, disciplines, departments and things, and the skills and methods of association and imagination, which have taken deep roots in the brain, can be brought into full play.

  (16) Emphasis on the first literacy mnemonics

  In India, an elephant saw its master strangle his wife and then bury her in a garden near his residence. When the owner re-married, the elephant took the bride to the place where the body was buried and dug it up with his trunk. This suggests that peculiarities leave a deep impression on the elephant's mind when it first recognizes them, and remain there many years later.

  Common people are easy to remember the new and strange things, "Ade Helleymus" said: "People for the trivial common things seen every day, generally can not remember. If you see or hear strange, incredible, low scandalous, absurd, huge and other unusual and bizarre things, on the contrary, can remember for a long time. It is evident that what is seen and heard around us is often ignored. However, things that happen in childhood can be remembered very firmly. The act of 'seeing' itself is unchanged. But isn't it somewhat unreasonable that normal and commonplace things are easily forgotten, while strange things remain in memory forever?"

  The parchment book Aao-Hellenium records, "One does not remember ordinary ordinary things, but seeing or hearing strange, incredible, exaggerated things, for the content of such strange and dumb things can be remembered for a very long time."

  The particularly impressive ones are, for example, the execution of a criminal, a person hit by a car and dying in a pool of blood, the performance of an adult head located in front of a commercial building for commercial hype, a new model in a small car, the scene of the Shenzhou V spacecraft going into the sky, the moment of standing on a podium to receive a prize, a wedding night ...... such The memories can often endure for a long time.

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