It's a good idea to draw what you want to remember, as it is a powerful tool for improving memorials, said experts at the University of Waterloo.
It's easier to remember when we draw"We have tried a number of other strategies, but it seems that drawing is the most effective of these. The reason for this is probably that drawing results in a coherent memory trace that Jeffrey Wammes, a researcher at the University of Waterloo. During the research, participants were given simple, easy-to-read words (such as "apple") and asked them to draw a word in less than 50 seconds . After this, a little listening to the music came, and then the task was for the listers to list as many words as they could remember in just 60 seconds. According to the publication in the Quarterly they drew the words, they remembered several timeslike those who chose the love. Drawers were often able to recall up to twice as many words as the men. These results did not change the final results of the research either: drawing always proved to be the most effective technique that helps to erase the memories. it is the drawing process itself that helps, not the quality of the drawing.
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