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Can’t Comprehend Without Subvocalization?

Can’t Comprehend Without Subvocalization? Here’s What to Do!

Reading has a lot of benefits. It improves your knowledge, memory, communication skills, etc. However, getting the enriching benefits of reading depends on how well you comprehend what you read. Reading without comprehension is a complete waste of time. It’s equivalent to the proverbial “pouring water into a basket.” To aid comprehension, most people practice […]

How Do I Know If I Have an Inner Monologue?

How Do I Know If I Have an Inner Monologue?

You can tell that you have an inner monologue when you experience signs like having songs stuck in your head, replaying a favorite podcast or movie in your mind, or having a conversation with yourself. Some people experience inner monologue in the form of hearing their voice going over the words when they read a […]

How to Read Faster by Reducing Subvocalization

How to Read Faster by Reducing Subvocalization

One of the most common reading habits among all readers is the habit of subvocalization (saying words in your head as you read). Subvocalization is a commonly misunderstand concept within speed reading. Some speed-reading programs will incorrectly tell you that subvocalization is something that you need to eliminate completely. However, numerous studies suggest that this […]