Focus, continue and then come back to it later. Regular readers of the Review Podcast will know that this is exactly how language vocabulary is acquired. This is a combination of attention and revision that is revision in the sense of review. Jonathan spaced repetition. I don't know if it's an English word but I think in America people would understand it as changing something but anyway I mean looking back at it like going back to it.
So we took a combination approach of focusing your attention on something and Phone Number List then going back to it so your brain has another chance to frame it better in your mind. I see all kinds of similarities. I haven't seen anything so far I haven't seen the similarities so I haven't really thought about it so the fact that information is like a new word in a foreign language makes complete sense to you.
You just learned. By tricking the brain into retaining information and then it disappearing seconds later or the next day when you need it in a conversation I didn't really you read in a book actually behaves the same way. When you read you think this is so cool I don't know about Benjamin Franklin but you don't have that awareness to think you know what if I need to remember this tomorrow I I can't. Jonathan is right. Well, what I mean is that our brain has two specialized centers called the hippocampus, one in the left hemisphere and one in the right hemisphere.
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