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Memory Mastery: How Daily Brain Training Can Improve Memorization

Memory Mastery: How Daily Brain Training Can Improve Memorization

Most of us have heard of brain training programs that improve healthy cognitive function by offering mental challenges. But how do they work, and do they improve brain function?  Regular brain training improves memory by enhancing focus, attention, and information processing speed and encouraging consistency in neural stimulation. By utilizing neuroplasticity, this process creates new […]

33 Innovative Methods to Boost Memory Power (Explained!)

33 Innovative Methods to Boost Memory Power (Explained!)

Have you been experiencing sporadic memory loss, like losing your vehicle keys or forgetting the name of a new acquaintance? We’ve all had these moments of forgetfulness, but when they become prevalent, it can be frustrating. The good news is that you can use various innovative methods to improve your memory.  In this article, we […]

Last Minute Study Tips You Wish You'd Found Earlier

23 Last Minute Study Tips You Wish You’d Found Earlier

Are you struggling to retain information while cramming for an important exam at the last minute? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered! Our last-minute study tips will help you turn the tide in your favor. You can optimize your study environment for maximum efficiency, use mnemonics to grasp the key concepts and focus on improving […]

Can Speed Reading Be Learned

Can Speed Reading Be Learned? (Explained for Beginners)

Anyone can learn speed reading. It’s a powerful tool for expanding your knowledge, improving your school experience, or advancing your career. Speed reading is an effective way to increase your reading speed. To read faster, a silent reader must learn to eliminate subvocalization (silent speech).  Individuals can also use their peripheral vision to connect words […]

Inner Monologue and IQ

Inner Monologue and IQ (Are They Related?)

  There is a connection between a person’s inner monologue and intelligence. It is more likely for adults with developed verbal skills and a higher IQ to have a wordier inner voice than children with less language development and lower IQ.  However, some people access their internal monologue visually rather than audibly.  For instance, it […]