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Summary

Improving our memory can make us perform better in class, as well as at work, and help us to develop and maintain relationships. It gives a better chance of fulfilling our potential in tests and exams, whether at school, university, or in our career. It demonstrates ways we can enjoy our social life more through improved memory, such as participating in quizzes and impressing our friends with our knowledge. It can speed up what we do; no longer do we have to get online to remind us of key facts or information. Everything is literally already in our heads, just waiting to be retrieved.  

This audiobook not only offers a range of tips and techniques to improve memory, from mnemonics, story creating, and the mysterious Roman Room system, but it also explains the science behind this vital part of our lives.  

The audiobook considers the notion of photographic memory, evaluating the evidence both ways as to whether such a thing exists and in what form. It looks at how memory works, the way connections in the brain are made, and how these make their way to the hippocampus. It considers the evidence around the importance of diet and healthy lifestyle in improving and maintaining memory and how this can stave off conditions such as Alzheimer’s and dementia to ensure our memory stays fresh as we get older. It takes a look at the latest research into how memory works. It considers the role of reading in developing memory skills.  

In fact, just by listening to this audiobook, we will be improving our memory. So, make a start into improving your memory - listen on, and discover how easy, fun, and effective learning to develop our memory can be.  

Here is what you'll learn about:  

  • What is photographic memory, and does such a thing exist?
  • How does memory work?
  • Developing memory for revision
  • Reading: the relaxing way to improve memory
  • Chunking
  • Never eat shredded wheat: how mnemonics help with memory
  • Never forget a face
  • The Roman Room method
  • Other memory techniques
  • Getting into shape for our memory
  • Much, much more!
©2018 Thomas Bell (P)2018 Thomas Bell

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Very good book

All instructions and techniques are very detailed, effective and helpful. I would happily recommend this book to anyone looking for ways to improve their Photographic Memory.

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Worth purchasing!

Memory can be best defined as our brain's ability to remember, accumulate, and recall information from our past experiences. It might be rather obvious why it's important that our brains are able to perform this type of capability, but it also may not be. Starting with when we're young, our brains are constantly attempting to adapt to our current environment. This book has obviously helped me in enhancing my memorization techniques.

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  • Algerment
  • 02-01-19

excellent

This is a self-help book to get your memory working again or working better. The writing is easy to understand and I found myself nodding my heat in agreement with some of the information. I found that many of my habits were contributing to my problems with my memory. Now it's up to me to change them. Thank you for your helpful book

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  • Aiken
  • 02-01-19

excellent

This book is a must-have for students of all all shapes and sizes. A.C Drexel in detail discuss how one can improve one’s memory in 10 easy to read chapters. I found especially chapter 9 very interesting. Its about easy ways to remember passwords. Well written and neat.

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  • Liam
  • 02-01-19

This is a great informative book

Informative book to read! This is a great book to read that will help you improve your memory and will give you great insight into how memory works. It provide lots of information that are very well written and well presented. I found this book very useful and Great to read!

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  • Joshua
  • 02-01-19

good

Different types of memory discussed well also techniques to improve memory are practical and easy to follow I have started following alphabet pegs and rhyming peg system to improve memory.

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  • Ethan
  • 02-01-19

Very informative book

If you want to know how to develop a photographic memory, this book is for you. In this guide, the author gives us the information about Memory Palace, Method of Loci, Mnemonics, Mind Maps, practical uses for memory enhancement techniques. I found this book very informative, interesting and useful. It is well written and easy to understand. I got much new and helpful information on all my questions. I liked this book and would recommend it to anyone who needs such type of information

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  • Henry
  • 02-01-19

good one

Covers a lot on memory and how to maximize it. I am not a visual person in general so struggle sometimes to implement some of the techniques suggested but still a very interesting