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Learn Faster & Remember More: The Developing…

Learn Faster & Remember More: The Developing Brain, the Maturing Years and…

by Allen Davenport Bragdon

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Parents, students, teachers and managers can now tap the FULL POWERS of the most sophisticated learning machine the world has ever known.
A practical SourceBook of proven techniques -- written in plain language -- for people who want to keep their minds alive.
Check the bibliographies at the end of each fascinating, short-and-to-the-point article. This is information you can use right away, today, to understand a child, put a more effective edge on competitive skills in business and sports, recharge the life of a sad or failing mind.
  rajendran | Aug 8, 2008 |
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Drawing from the most recent neurological research, this guide translates these findings into techniques, exercises, and self-tests that are designed to stimulate learning and memory retention skills from infancy to old age. Practical insights into the way the brain develops are provided, including what newborns respond to and what a child can understand when-with specific references to the "Mozart Effect" controversy and self-consciousness in the terrible twos. Explained are such hot topics as why studying before sleep uses dreaming to file facts away, how to memorize a fact by using powers of imagination, and what to eat to keep brains alert after lunch.

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