Memory Culture

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by: Atkinson, William Walker
ISBN: 0-7873-0051-9
format: Paperback - spiral
pages: 92

Memory Culture

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SOLD AS IS 1903 Quick! What did you have for lunch yesterday? If you had to stop and think about it, you need this book! A good memory is vital to everyone; our daily survival and future existence depends on it. Unless the mind possesses the power of treasuring up and recalling its past experiences, no knowledge of any kind can ever be acquired. Every man has the power to develop his memory far beyond its present condition and this book shows you how in an easy to follow, practical system. Contents: The science of observing, remembering and recalling. Contents: The subconscious storehouse, Attention and concentration, Acquiring impressions, Eye perception and memory, Exercises in eye perception, Ear perception and memory, Exercises in ear perception, Association, Rememberance recollection and recognition, General principles regarding impressions, Cumulative system of memory culture, The ten-question thought system, Memory of figures dates and prices, Memory of place, Memory of faces, Memory of names, Artificial systems.

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