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The Memory Palace Technique, ili šta da zakrpi curi memorije?

«Moja memorija je odličan, ali kratko. «


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Od svih retorička pitanja koja se često zapitamo, je najčešći: «Kako sam mogao / mogla zaboraviti? «. U svakodnevnom životu, mi smo stalno suočeni s ogromnom količinom informacija i korisnih i apsolutno nikakav interes za nas, a kada je u pitanju na umu određene događaje, činjenice, ili samo riječi u studiju stranog jezika, naš «operativni sustav», možda neće uspjeti. Kao što je aksiom Lav Beyzer «Polaganje nešto u memoriji računara, zapamtiti gdje ste vi to.» Učenje kako se nositi s ovim problemom, odnosno brisanje određenih pojmova našeg uma, možemo pomoći The Memory Palace Technique (tehnici «memorije palate»). Ova tehnika je lako ovladati, ne zahtijevaju posebne vještine. Razvijen od strane stari Grci, a to je služio za čuvanje svojim javnim nastupima, tako da će biti korisno za buduće zvučnike i za one koji ne mogu da se setim sadržaj osnovne liste potrebnih kupovine.

Dakle, da vidimo kako se to radi?

Sve što nam je potrebno kada se koriste ove tehnike, to je:

  • Pa poznato mjesto familiar place
  • Imagination vivid imagination

Korak 1. Trebate odabrati tzv memory palace («memorija Palace»), koji je, na mjesto koje ste mentalno in your mind’s eye može se opisati detaljno picture vividly kao što je vaš dom, stan ili mjesto operacija. Poželjno je da ste izabrali «Palace» ima mnogo prostora.

Korak 2. Kreiraj specifične rute chart a specific route pokret u svakom od uglova through every nook and cranny ste izabrali «Palace». Mentalno zamisliti kako proći nekoliko puta svaki od sobe u poretku. Uvijek pažljivo prate isti planirane rute.

Korak 3. Go kroz svaku od prostorija u istom pravcu, npr, s lijeva na desno. Pratiti sve objekte features koji su u ovoj sobi i našao na putu, kao što je sto lampa, kantu, ormar ili slika. Zamislite svaki od ovih stavki kao «ćelije» na umu as a “ memory slot ”

Korak 4. Pronađite Association associate za činjenicu ili pojam koji želite da zapamtite, jedna od stavki u svakoj sobi «memorije Palace». Pozicija locate ih na trasi u cilju u kojem želite da se setim. Apsurda, smiješno, pa čak i više glup da bude vaš asocijacija, bolje će se pamtiti — to je činjenica! Pretjerivanje exaggerate images će također doprinijeti aid in procesu pamćenja recall process Na primjer for instance ako je potrebno kupiti jabuke, zamislite da je jedan od vaših sobne biljke su pokriveni sa velikim izborom kilograma jabuka.

Korak 5. Pokrenite svoj ​​put od početka i posjetite svaka soba, uz napomenu svaki predmet u njemu naizmjenično brzo i lako se sjećate sve informacije to readily recall the information koje ste imali za snimanje u njegovoj memoriji. A uskoro će ljudi primijetiti i ističu da imate odličan memorije.

Koje su prednosti ove tehnike pamćenja, i što je najvažnije, čuvanje informacija u našoj memoriji?

  1. Prije svega, ne treba ništa zapisati. Koristeći the Memory Palace Technique ne možete napraviti popis za kupovinu prije odlaska u prodavnicu. Većina od nas, mislim, složiti sa mnom da čak i ako smo uzeli sa sobom u dućan ove uštede liste, te su ga ostavili bezbrižno lažu, gdje smo bili (što se događa vrlo često!), Redovno smo ga gledajte, jer kada smo uklonili ga u džepu ili torbi, a zatim odmah zaboraviti njegov sadržaj.
  2. Ne možemo planirati i mentalno, što je najvažnije, imati na umu da treba da radimo danas, sutra, naredne sedmice, i tako dalje. E., čak i dok je na pokretnoj traci u teretani.
  3. Ako ste se pripremaju javni govor ili prezentaciju, ovdje je sistem neophodan, jer možete lako zapamtiti sve ključne trenutke svog govora, pa čak i igrati ih slučajnim redom. Zapravo za tu svrhu od strane stari Grci i stvorio ovu tehniku.
  4. Da zapamtite novih stranih riječi, ne nužno (a neefikasan) njihove monotone zakrčenje, koristite udruženja. Vaša mašta može pomoći strana riječ za vas i dati vam ključna slika, koji se onda uspostavi odgovarajući logično značenje te riječi na vašem maternjem jeziku. I onda, za gomilu ključnih riječi i zamisliti neke svijetle slike. Na primjer, sjećanje riječ dresser (komoda, ormar), zamislite da je kabinet je u spavaću sobu, gdje se oblače get dresseddresser Ili zamislite isti ormarić pun prekrasnih dresses — haljina, slično dressdresser
  5. Na kraju, to bi trebao biti lako zapamtiti bilo koji popis određenih pojmova (na primjer, kada se priprema za ispite), a zatim čak i nakon dugog perioda bez napora da ga pozovemo u punoj snazi.

The Memory Palace Technique je također poznat po imenima kao što The Loci System (/ lo ʊˌ sa ɪ / PL Broj Latinske.. locus — mjesto) ili the Method of Loci (metoda lokusa). U stvari, to je isto, jedina razlika je u tome tu ne treba «Palace», umjesto toga koristiti određenu trasu kretanja, kao što su razgledavanje ili bilo koji drugi interes, i što je najvažnije da ste upoznati mjesta. I u ostatku sve dobro: sljedeći put, moramo naći povezanost između mjesto i te informacije, činjenice, koncepte, koji želimo da se setim.

Od teorije do prakse. Dakle, kako se koriste ovu tehniku ​​u stvarnom životu, a kakve rezultate pomaže postići? To će nas voditi, Andy Bell, koji je osvojio svjetsko prvenstvo 2002. godine pamćenja.

How to train your memory

  • Neural / nj ʊə r ə l / pathway — neuronske put.
  • A route / ru:t, ra ʊ t / — ruta, naravno, putovanja.
  • Brain sells — moždane ćelije.
  • To retrieve / r ɪ tri:v / facts — da se izvuče iz činjenice memorije opoziv.
  • To trigger / tr ɪ g ɚ / the same pathway — uzrok; pokrenuti; izazivanje.
  • To recall the exact position — zapamtiti točnu lokaciju / sobu.
  • A deck of cards — špil karata.
  • To shuffle cards — promiješati karte.
  • Literally — doslovno, točno.
  • In rapid succession / r ć p ə ds ə k s ɛʃə n / — u brzom slijedu.
  • To be up — do kraja.
  • Referee / ˌ r ɛ f ə ri: / — sudija.
  • At random — nasumce, slijepo.
  • Six of spades — šest pik.
  • Queen of hearts — Queen of Hearts.
  • Ten of diamonds — deset dijamanata.
  • King of diamonds — kralj dijamanata.
  • The ace of hearts — kec srca.
  • Jack of clubs — dizalicu klubova.
  • No matter — nije važno, nije važno.
  • To father — stvoriti, izmisliti; izmisliti.
  • Memory technique — skladištenje strojeva.
  • Landmark — Landmark Landmark; upadljiv objekt na terenu.
  • To establish a route — da se stvori; organizirati.
  • A saw / s ɑ: / — pile.
  • Cast of characters — postojećih znakova.
  • Conventionally / k ə n v ɛ n ʃə nl ̟ i / — probni rad; Tradicionalno, obično.
  • Location — Site Location, konkretne lokacije.
  • Advantage — prednost.
  • Astonishing / ə st :n ɪʃɪŋ / fits of memory – The Amazing svojstva / prikaz memorije.

“ It’s one thing to fill your brain with facts, it’s quite another thing though to remember them. So how do we do it? Well, memorizing something is rather like what happens when we set up a line of dominoes. When we commit a fact of memory we create a ​​mozak sa činjenicama, to je sasvim druga stvar, iako bi ih zapamtiti. “ It’s one thing to fill your brain with facts, it’s quite another thing though to remember them. So how do we do it? Well, memorizing something is rather like what happens when we set up a line of dominoes. When we commit a fact of memory we create a se događa kada smo postavili liniju domine. “ It’s one thing to fill your brain with facts, it’s quite another thing though to remember them. So how do we do it? Well, memorizing something is rather like what happens when we set up a line of dominoes. When we commit a fact of memory we create a “ It’s one thing to fill your brain with facts, it’s quite another thing though to remember them. So how do we do it? Well, memorizing something is rather like what happens when we set up a line of dominoes. When we commit a fact of memory we create a neural pathway to it – a route of connecting brain cells to whatever that memory’s stored in our brain and to retrieve those facts all we have to do is to trigger the same pathway back to them. It sounds easy, and for some people at least it really is. This is Andi Bell. In 2002 he was crowned World Memory Champion. But just how good is he? Today we’ve set him a test: he is going to try back to them. It sounds easy, and for some people at least it really is. This is Andi Bell. In 2002 he was crowned World Memory Champion. But just how good is he? Today we’ve set him a test: he is going to try barem to stvarno je. back to them. It sounds easy, and for some people at least it really is. This is Andi Bell. In 2002 he was crowned World Memory Champion. But just how good is he? Today we’ve set him a test: he is going to try back to them. It sounds easy, and for some people at least it really is. This is Andi Bell. In 2002 he was crowned World Memory Champion. But just how good is he? Today we’ve set him a test: he is going to try to recall the exact position of every single card in ten whole decks . That’s 520 cards that have been . That’s 520 cards that have been shuffled by us. And he’s only got 20 minutes to look at them. Andi has developed a special technique which allows him to remember by us. And he’s only got 20 minutes to look at them. Andi has developed a special technique which allows him to remember by us. And he’s only got 20 minutes to look at them. Andi has developed a special technique which allows him to remember literally thousands of items in rapid succession . The twenty minutes . The twenty minutes are up . Can Andi remember the position of the cards our . Can Andi remember the position of the cards our referee selects at random

So deck #1 the very first card you saw?

First card was the six of spades

The same deck card #23?

The twenty third card was the queen of hearts

Deck 2, card #27?

Ten of diamonds

No matter how many cards we fathered him: “ That was the king of diamonds ” , – Andi remembered them perfectly: “ 48th card was the ace of hearts ” . In fact, Andi is able to recall all 520 cards: “ ” . In fact, Andi is able to recall all 520 cards: “ svih ” , – every one correct and in a right order: “ Queen of spades ” . So, what’s his secret? ” . In fact, Andi is able to recall all 520 cards: “ Jack of clubs ” , – every one correct and in a right order: “ Queen of spades ” . So, what’s his secret?

Before he even sits down with a deck of cards Andi uses his memory technique . He takes a walk round London visiting a series of . He takes a walk round London visiting a series of landmarks in a particular order. Number 1 might be the Houses of Parliament and number 2 – Westminster Bridge. He walks the route several times in a particular order. Number 1 might be the Houses of Parliament and number 2 – Westminster Bridge. He walks the route several times in a particular order. Number 1 might be the Houses of Parliament and number 2 – Westminster Bridge. He walks the route several times to establish it in his mind. But that’s just the first stage, the second is putting his imagination to work. in his mind. But that’s just the first stage, the second is putting his imagination to work. drugi stavlja svojoj mašti da radi. in his mind. But that’s just the first stage, the second is putting his imagination to work.

When I memorize a deck of cards I turn each card into a picture and this is a colorful animal or object that I’ve learned to associate with that particular card.

The jack of clubs becomes a little bear, the nine of diamonds – a saw , and the two of spades – a pineapple. Then Andi puts the two stages together – in his mind he imagines walking around London on his route and when he passes the Houses of Parliament he imagines the little bear with the saw and pineapple. Andi creates a journey in his mind with this , and the two of spades – a pineapple. Then Andi puts the two stages together – in his mind he imagines walking around London on his route and when he passes the Houses of Parliament he imagines the little bear with the saw and pineapple. Andi creates a journey in his mind with this u glavi zamišlja hoda okolo Londonu na svom smjeru, a kada je on donosi doma Parlamenta zamišlja malo medvjeda sa pile i ananas. , and the two of spades – a pineapple. Then Andi puts the two stages together – in his mind he imagines walking around London on his route and when he passes the Houses of Parliament he imagines the little bear with the saw and pineapple. Andi creates a journey in his mind with this , and the two of spades – a pineapple. Then Andi puts the two stages together – in his mind he imagines walking around London on his route and when he passes the Houses of Parliament he imagines the little bear with the saw and pineapple. Andi creates a journey in his mind with this cast of characters

As a child I had conventionally good memory. But once you learn a technique, like the location method I use, it takes everything beyond what you could possibly do naturally. good memory. But once you learn a technique, like the location method I use, it takes everything beyond what you could possibly do naturally. i način lokacija koristim, potrebno je sve izvan onoga što ste mogli eventualno učiniti prirodno. good memory. But once you learn a technique, like the location method I use, it takes everything beyond what you could possibly do naturally.

Scientists have discovered that our mind is better at remembering a route between the locations then it is at remembering unconnected facts and figures.

I think I have the same mental equipment as everybody else. So, it’s something anybody can do. I think I have the same mental equipment as everybody else. So, it’s something anybody can do.

When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the da stvaramo nekoliko puteva na kojima se formiraju te uspomene u mozgu. When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the jedan set domine mi postavljaju nekoliko. When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the naša memorija je jer je jedan neuronske put može lako dobiti slomljeno. When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the memoriji, to znači da ako se ne uspijeva postići to, još jedan hoće. When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the When we use simple stories to memorize facts we’re creating several pathways to where those memories are formed in the brain. It’s as if instead of lining up one set of dominoes we are setting up several. The reason we often have difficulties at retrieving our memory is because one neural pathway can easily get broken. But by having several different pathways to our memory it means that if one doesn’t manage to reach it, another one will. That’s the advantage of the story technique. It creates lots of neural pathways in our brain and all our brains can work in this way which is why everyone can use this method. By using a story to memorize facts we all have the potential to perform of the story technique. It creates lots of neural pathways in our brain and all our brains can work in this way which is why everyone can use this method. By using a story to memorize facts we all have the potential to perform mozgu i svi naši mozgovi mogu raditi na ovaj način zbog čega svi mogu koristiti ovu metodu. of the story technique. It creates lots of neural pathways in our brain and all our brains can work in this way which is why everyone can use this method. By using a story to memorize facts we all have the potential to perform of the story technique. It creates lots of neural pathways in our brain and all our brains can work in this way which is why everyone can use this method. By using a story to memorize facts we all have the potential to perform astonishing fits of memory »

Kao što smo naučili, The Memory Palace Technique nam pomoći da zapamtite sve informacije (činjenice, koncepti, stranih riječi) i sa posebnim žarom, čak nas čine šampion pamćenja. Ova tehnika nije komplikovan i ne zahtijeva posebne sposobnosti, svako od nas može naći koristi od njega, a onda ubrati plodove neverovatnih manifestacija ljudske memorije. I u zaključku ovog članka, sam odabrao nekoliko engleski Memory Idioms što je ekvivalent izrazi koji se koriste kod nas u svakodnevnom životu:

  • Haven’t a clue — nije imao bilo kakvu ideju (o bilo čemu).

    I haven’t a clue what the capital of Ukraine is. Can you help me?

  • Slip one’s mind — leti iz glave; zaboraviti ništa.

    I was going to call you but I’m afraid it completely slipped my mind.

  • You “ can’t make head nor tail ” of smth — ne mogu shvatiti nešto.

    I’m trying to assemble this IKEA table and I can’t make head nor tail of the instructions.

  • Lose one’s train of thoughts — izgubiti svoj ​​tok misli; zaboraviti ono što je upravo rekao.

    “ Sorry, I’ve lost my train of thoughts. What was I saying? ”

  • On the tip of one’s tongue — jezik spinova.

    What’s that man’s name again? It’s on the tip of my tongue.

  • Beats me! — Ne mogu zamisliti! Nemam pojma!

    It beats me why this coffee machine won’t work. Everything appears OK with it.

  • Rack one’s brain — glavu razbiti.

    I’ve been racking my brain trying to remember the name of that film we saw last week.

 

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