7 tips for strengthening memory



Contents

  • 1 What is memory
  • 2 Definition of memory
  • 3 seven tips to boost memory
  • 4 types of memory at Madeline Allen
  • 5 References

What is memory?

Memory is considered a skill like all other skills that need development and exercise, as it is with proper guidance for it that can make learning enjoyable and beneficial for it, and increases its ability to recall quickly, because memory likened it to some that it is like a warehouse in which information is saved and retrieved, so it is therefore The system that receives and processes information, what is memory? What are the tips that work to strengthen it? [1]

Memory definition

Memory can be defined in several definitions, including: [2]
  • Capacity to store and store information, events and experiences in the human mind.
  • It is the box in which information is stored inside the human mind.
  • The region in the human mind , and it occurs receiving external influences, taking and acquiring information, and the memory can be classified according to the subjects that are remembered into a memory that specializes in numbers and numbers, and another memory related to things and topics, and the last is the verbal memory that contains words and sentences.


Seven tips to strengthen memory

Several tips can be provided, which work to strengthen memory in humans, including: [3] [4] [5]
  • First: Repetition, which is the process that the individual practices on memory continuously, in order to save information or events that pass through the human being, and this method is what the media practices on the citizen in announcing the daily products that are trying to market them, and thus works to confirm the information or idea I have Citizen; for the product that has been repeatedly offered to be bought and sold.
  • Second: cognition, which is the individual's awareness of his surroundings, his sense of numerous events, and the reception of external influences by the senses ; where after this process, events are understood and analyzed in different ways, and this process needs many requirements such as external stimuli that exist around a person and his senses, hearing and sense of smell , as well as Sight, the more sound and available these requirements are, the greater the existence of human awareness of the surrounding world.
  • Third: Attention, whereby a person receives a large number of different and multifaceted stimuli during the same day, such as visual and tactical stimuli, except that what excites the person and attracts his attention is only a limited number of them, which enter the area of ​​his consciousness, while the rest of the many other stimuli, they are neglected , And it is not saved in the memory, so it is forgotten without leaving a trace in the memory.
  • Fourth: Taking notes or writing them, which means that the individual notes the information, events and notes he received by the many means he has like senses (such as reading it in a specific location or book for example), and this method has many advantages that accrue to the individual, including that it facilitates the absorption process of the individual in What was written down and written, and the information kept for a longer period of time, and this process makes the individual listen to the existing dialogue with great care, attention and focus.
  • Fifth: Focusing, which is of great importance, as developing a person's ability to focus works on developing his ability to remember, and it is a skill like all other different skills , where a person can learn and train on it and practice it, so that it becomes a habit of his habits that he practices on a daily basis, In spite of the many differences between people, and the difference in the level of concentration among them, but a person can develop the ability to focus through some mental visual exercises.
  • Sixth: Observation, which is one of the necessary and urgent matters that a person must take care of and take care of in it, as it is forgotten most of the time by many people, and the importance of the individual's ability to note appears in the events and situations that the person does not observe with great care, carefulness and care. It will not be recorded in the memory in a way that can be retrieved when needed later, and an individual can increase his ability to observe by increasing his focus on events, which helps him to remember it later.
  • Seventh: Union and interdependence, where the individual works to link the information he wants to remember or that he does not want to forget about something he loves and desires.

Types of memory at Madeleine Allen

Human memory consists of three types as seen by Madeleine Allen, which works to receive information in the following order: [6]
  • Sensory memory: The sensory memory in the human body receives various information, from the sensory organs of the human being, such as the nose, ear, eye, and other members of the reception; this memory retains the information and data that it received from the outside world for very few seconds that may not exceed five seconds only Then, this information will be transferred to another stage.
  • Short-term memory: It is the memory that maintains a limited number of information received from the external environment; where it is saved for a few seconds, and this information takes one of two directions; the first is that it is forgotten, and the second is that this information is sent to the long-term memory which is the stage The last stages of information preservation.
  • Long-term memory : long-term memory, which is the work that has to work on it and to work to strengthen it, which is different from short-term memory that cannot be strengthened, or conducting special exercises for it; long-term memory can store a large number of information and for periods of time long term.

He adds Kevin Trudeau about long-term memory , as he likened it to being the bank of information when a person enters information, in this case it can never be forgotten or removed from memory, for example if a person tries to forget his name, he cannot do so because this information has entered In long-term memory since many years of his life, except in the presence of special cases, such as the case of severe amnesia, or another disease that affected man. [7]

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