Laws Memory #1

There is composed of:
1st Act in concert.
This is the simplest but also the most important. According to the German author Georg Lichtenberg,
poor people remember what they read, because "they do too little thinking." The more deeply you
understand what you may remember, the simpler and more detailed, will remain in your memory.

2nd The law is important.
"For the knowledge to be digested, it must be absorbed with joy," wrote Anatole France. The
interesting and "tasty" is easy to remember as a man does not need to make special efforts, such as
the ability to store spontaneously comes into play.
3rd The Law of the available knowledge.
The more you know about a particular topic, the easier a new memo increase total
on. Everyone must have noticed that when he opens a book read long ago, he read it as if he
never read before. This means that when he read it for the first time that he did not have the relevant
experiences and information, but by that time, he accumulated them. Have a look Forms
Relations between the incumbent and new knowledge. This is the result of memorisation.
4th The law in readiness for Storage Percent.
Readers get the information he claims to come from the text. The same is true for the duration
by memorisation. When you want something to remember for a long time, one will recall that at least
better than if you want to remember anything for a short time.

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