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By Eliza Palmer
Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
Ultimate Memory Mastery
Remember Everything, Learn the Speed
Reading Secrets and Master Mind Maps
Copyright © 2014 Eliza P...
Mind&BodyPublishers
Atlanta, Georgia USA
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED:
No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted for re...
Table Of Contents
Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
I. Introduction to Memory
II. - Memory: Definition, History, Formation and...
Introduction
You may be wondering who I am and how I know a lot about memory. I am neither a
medical doctor, nor a clinica...
Memory: Definition, History,
Formation and Measures
What exactly is a memory? The term is understandable by itself, but I ...
Memory and Your Daily Life
In a rapidly changing society like ours, it is necessary to adapt to the dynamism of the
societ...
The Younger Brain
Recent studies have been emerging on the subject of the younger and older brains, and
they reveal that o...
Learning and Remembering (FOCUS)
Because there are several distractions and diversions we face each day, it is necessary t...
Learning and Remembering (FOCUS)
Because there are several distractions and diversions we face each day, it is necessary t...
Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
About the Author
Eliza Palmer is an author of various credible books about health and memory...
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  1. 1. By Eliza Palmer Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  2. 2. Ultimate Memory Mastery Remember Everything, Learn the Speed Reading Secrets and Master Mind Maps Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  3. 3. Mind&BodyPublishers Atlanta, Georgia USA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted for resale or use by any party other than the individual purchaser who is the sole authorized user of this information. Purchaser is authorized to use any of the information in this publication for his or her own use only. All other reproduction or transmission, or any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any informational storage or retrieval system, is prohibited without express written permission from the author. DISCLAIMER: While all attempts have been made to provide effective, verifiable information in this Book, neither the Author nor Publisher assumes any responsibility for errors, inaccuracies, or omissions. Any slights of people or organizations are unintentional. This Book is not a source of medical information, and it should not be regarded as such. This publication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is sold with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering a medical service. As with any medical advice, the reader is strongly encouraged to seek professional medical advice before taking action. Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  4. 4. Table Of Contents Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer I. Introduction to Memory II. - Memory: Definition, History, Formation and Measures III. - Historic Memorization Techniques IV. Memory and Your Daily Life V. The Younger Brain VI. Learning and Remembering (FOCUS) VII. Mind Mapping: Memorizing, Suggested Apps, Advantages VIII. Remembering Anything From Spelling to Appointments to Anniversaries IX. 10 Simple Tips to Remember significant Names, Numbers and Dates X. Speed Reading
  5. 5. Introduction You may be wondering who I am and how I know a lot about memory. I am neither a medical doctor, nor a clinical psychologist/psychiatrist. However, with my degree in Public Health, I have dedicated my career to researching and writing about improving life-long health disorders and diseases. Some particular subjects that caught my interest are the study of memory and memory improvement. In my efforts to improve people’s memory without the aid of pharmaceutical products, I have not only helped people retrieve supposedly lost information, but also improve their recollection abilities, thus aiding a more productive life and affirmed decision-making skills. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  6. 6. Memory: Definition, History, Formation and Measures What exactly is a memory? The term is understandable by itself, but I wanted to begin my discussion on memory improvement from the foundation of it all—the definition of memory. Memory is “the store of things learned and retained from an organism's activity or experience as evidenced by modification of the structure or behavior or by recall and recognition,” as is defined in the Merriam- Webster dictionary. Memory is the stock we have in our brains, where information are stored and supposedly categorized. Brief History of Memory Systems The history of the memory systems dates back to ancient times. Back then, there were note-taking devices and everything was noted by memory. It was the memory techniques and systems that helped the early Romans and Greek speakers and orators to deliver their speeches accurately without the help of notes. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  7. 7. Memory and Your Daily Life In a rapidly changing society like ours, it is necessary to adapt to the dynamism of the society. The untrained memory of a person may find it exhausting to remember all the significant information that has happened in a single day. There’s too much to remember; important appointment’s, special dates, daily tasks, shopping lists, and a list of people to call every day. The tasks seem endless, thus the mind has to find a way to adapt to this rapid shift of attention. Some of us are able to multitask, while others suffer the inconvenience of attention deficiency and lack of focus, leading to a less functional and productive being. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  8. 8. The Younger Brain Recent studies have been emerging on the subject of the younger and older brains, and they reveal that older brains process information more slowly than nineteen-year-old brains, and older brains are less nimble when it comes to multitasking. However, the belief that the main reason why older brains don't function as well as the younger ones is because neurons die off and are not replaced with new ones is falsified. According to findings, even seventy-year-old brains can still produce new neurons and do not lose neurons in large sections of the brain. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  9. 9. Learning and Remembering (FOCUS) Because there are several distractions and diversions we face each day, it is necessary to categorize the information that we store in our memory, so as to give ourselves better chances of recollection and retrieval. Mnemonics and memory improvement are two terms that always come together. Mnemonics is the study of developing systems to assist and improve memory. But before I go into detail on how to understand and use mnemonics to your advantage, first I’ll tell you how human beings learn and remember. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  10. 10. Learning and Remembering (FOCUS) Because there are several distractions and diversions we face each day, it is necessary to categorize the information that we store in our memory, so as to give ourselves better chances of recollection and retrieval. Mnemonics and memory improvement are two terms that always come together. Mnemonics is the study of developing systems to assist and improve memory. But before I go into detail on how to understand and use mnemonics to your advantage, first I’ll tell you how human beings learn and remember. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer
  11. 11. Copyright © 2014 Eliza Palmer About the Author Eliza Palmer is an author of various credible books about health and memory enhancement. With a degree in Public Health, Palmer devoted her entire professional career to educating patients with long-term diseases about combatting disorders in natural ways. Palmer has been lecturing around a memory-enhancing forms and supervising memory training programs. Besides her keen interest in memory improvement research, Palmer also took an interest in women’s health. Among her subjects are pregnancy, diet, and fitness. She also writes and talks about breast and sexual health in her books and forums. Get the full copy on http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Memory- Mastery-Remember-Everything-ebook/dp/B00JLA84VM
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