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The Memory Palace Technique, o lo que parchear la memoria con goteras?

«Mi memoria es excelente, pero corto. «


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De todas las preguntas retóricas que a menudo nos preguntamos a nosotros mismos, es la más común: «¿Cómo podría tener / podría olvidar? «. En la vida cotidiana, constantemente estamos confrontados con una enorme cantidad de información útil y absolutamente ningún interés para nosotros, y cuando se trata de recordar ciertos acontecimientos, hechos o sólo palabras en el estudio de un idioma extranjero, nuestro «sistema operativo» puede fallar. Como el axioma Leo Beyzer «Acostado algo en la memoria del ordenador, recordar dónde lo pones.» Aprender cómo hacer frente a este problema, a saber, la supresión de ciertos conceptos de nuestra mente, podemos ayudar a The Memory Palace Technique (técnica de «palacio de la memoria»). Esta técnica es fácil de dominar, que no requiere habilidades especiales. Desarrollado por los antiguos griegos, y fue utilizado para el almacenamiento de sus apariciones públicas, de modo que será útil para los hablantes futuras y para los que no pueden recordar el contenido de la lista primaria de las compras necesarias.

Por lo tanto, vamos a ver cómo funciona esto?

Todo lo que necesitamos cuando se utiliza esta técnica, que es:

  • Bueno lugar familiar familiar place
  • Imaginación vivid imagination

Paso 1. Usted tiene que elegir el llamado memory palace («palacio de la memoria»), es decir, el lugar que estás mentalmente in your mind’s eye puede ser descrito en detalle picture vividly como su casa, apartamento o lugar operación. Es deseable que haya seleccionado «palacio» no hay tanto espacio.

Paso 2. Crear una ruta específica chart a specific route movimiento en cada una de las esquinas through every nook and cranny ha seleccionado «palacio». Mentalmente imaginar lo que pase varias veces por cada una de las habitaciones en orden. Siempre siga cuidadosamente la misma ruta planificada.

Paso 3. Ir a través de cada una de las habitaciones en la misma dirección, por ejemplo, de izquierda a derecha. Lleve un registro de todos los objetos features que están en esta sala y que encuentran en el camino, como una lámpara de escritorio, la papelera, el gabinete o la pintura. Imagina cada uno de estos elementos como una «célula» de recordar as a “ memory slot ”

Paso 4. Localice Asociación associate de un hecho o concepto que usted quiere recordar, uno de los elementos en cada habitación «palacio de la memoria». Posición locate a la ruta en el orden en el que desea que recuerden. El absurdo, ridículo y aún más estúpido para ser su asociación, mejor será recordado — eso es un hecho! Exageración exaggerate images también contribuirá aid in el proceso de recordar recall process Por ejemplo for instance si usted necesita comprar manzanas, imaginar que una de sus plantas de interior están cubiertos con una gran elección kilogramos de manzanas.

Paso 5. Comience su ruta desde el inicio y visitar cada habitación, observando cada objeto en turnos para recuperar rápida y fácilmente toda la información to readily recall the information que había que capturar en su memoria. Y pronto la gente se dará cuenta y señalar que tiene una excelente memoria.

¿Cuáles son las ventajas de esta técnica de memorización, y lo más importante, el almacenamiento de información en nuestra memoria?

  1. En primer lugar, usted no tiene que escribir nada. Utilizando the Memory Palace Technique no se puede hacer una lista de compras antes de ir a la tienda. La mayoría de nosotros, creo, de acuerdo conmigo en que, incluso si tomamos con ellos a la tienda de esta lista de ahorro, y lo hemos dejado mentir alegremente donde estábamos (que también sucede muy a menudo!), Constantemente tenemos que mira, porque una vez que eliminamos en su bolsillo o bolso, luego se olvidan de inmediato su contenido.
  2. Mentalmente Podemos planificar y, lo más importante, recordar que tenemos que hacer hoy, mañana, la próxima semana, y así sucesivamente. E., Incluso cuando en la cinta en el gimnasio.
  3. Si está preparando un discurso público o presentación, aquí el sistema es indispensable, ya que se puede recordar fácilmente todos los momentos clave de su discurso, e incluso reproducirlos en orden aleatorio. En realidad con este fin por los antiguos griegos y creó esta técnica.
  4. Para memorizar nuevas palabras extranjeras, no necesariamente (bastante ineficaz) su abarrotar monótono, utilice la asociación. Su imaginación puede ayudar a una palabra extranjera para usted y le dará una clave de la imagen, que luego se pone en su lugar el significado lógico apropiado de la palabra en su idioma nativo. Y luego, por un montón de palabras clave e imaginar alguna imagen brillante. Por ejemplo, recordando la palabra dresser (aparador, armario), imagine que el gabinete está en su dormitorio, donde usted se viste get dresseddresser O imagínese el mismo armario lleno de hermosos dresses — vestidos, similares dressdresser
  5. Finalmente, debe ser fácil de recordar cualquier lista de ciertos conceptos (por ejemplo, cuando se preparan para los exámenes), y luego, incluso después de un largo período sin esfuerzo por recordar con toda su fuerza.

The Memory Palace Technique también conocido por nombres como The Loci System (/ lo ʊˌ sa ɪ / pl Número de América.. locus — el lugar) o the Method of Loci (método de loci). De hecho, es el mismo, la única diferencia es que aquí no necesitamos un «palacio», en lugar de utilizar una ruta particular de movimiento, tales como turismo o de cualquier otro interés, y lo más importante que son lugares familiares. Y en el resto todo bien: siguiendo la ruta, tenemos que encontrar asociaciones entre lugar y que la información, hechos, conceptos, que nos gustaría recordar.

De la teoría a la práctica. Entonces, ¿cómo se utiliza esta técnica en la vida real, y qué resultados le ayuda a lograr? Esto nos llevará, Andy Bell, que ganó el campeonato del mundo en 2002 memorización.

How to train your memory

  • Neural / nj ʊə r ə l / pathway — la vía neural.
  • A route / ru:t, ra ʊ t / — camino, por supuesto, el viaje.
  • Brain sells — las células del cerebro.
  • To retrieve / r ɪ tri:v / facts — para extraer datos de recuperación de la memoria.
  • To trigger / tr ɪ g ɚ / the same pathway — causa; ejecutar; provocando.
  • To recall the exact position — para recordar la exacta ubicación / habitación.
  • A deck of cards — una baraja de cartas.
  • To shuffle cards — barajar las cartas.
  • Literally — literalmente, exactamente.
  • In rapid succession / r æ p ə ds ə k s ɛʃə n / — en rápida sucesión.
  • To be up — a fin.
  • Referee / ˌ r ɛ f ə ri: / — juez.
  • At random — al azar, a ciegas.
  • Six of spades — seis de picas.
  • Queen of hearts — Reina de Corazones.
  • Ten of diamonds — diez de diamantes.
  • King of diamonds — rey de diamantes.
  • The ace of hearts — el as de corazones.
  • Jack of clubs — Jack de clubs.
  • No matter — no importa, no importa.
  • To father — crear, inventar; inventar.
  • Memory technique — almacenamiento de maquinaria.
  • Landmark — Landmark Landmark; objeto visible en el suelo.
  • To establish a route — para crear; organizar.
  • A saw / s ɑ: / — sierra.
  • Cast of characters — Los caracteres existentes.
  • Conventionally / k ə n v ɛ n ʃə nl ̟ i / — la libertad condicional; Tradicionalmente, por lo general.
  • Location — Ubicación de sitio, lugares específicos.
  • Advantage — una ventaja.
  • Astonishing / ə st :n ɪʃɪŋ / fits of memory – la propiedades sorprendentes / memoria de presentación.

“ 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 cerebro con hechos, que es otra cosa muy distinta, aunque para recordarlos. “ 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 sucede cuando establecimos una línea de fichas de dominó. “ 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 al menos, lo que realmente es. 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: “ todas las ” , – 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. la segunda es poner su imaginación para trabajar. 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 en su mente imagina caminando por Londres en su ruta y cuando pasa las Casas del Parlamento se imagina el osito con la sierra y la piña. , 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. el método de localización que uso, se necesita todo lo más de lo que posiblemente podría hacer de forma natural. 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 que estamos creando varios caminos hacia donde los recuerdos se forman en el cerebro. 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 un conjunto de fichas de dominó que está configurando varios. 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 nuestra memoria es porque una vía neural puede conseguir fácilmente roto. 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 memoria significa que si no se logran alcanzarlo, otro lo hará. 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 cerebro y nuestros cerebros puede trabajar de esta manera por lo que todo el mundo puede utilizar este método. 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 »

Como hemos aprendido, The Memory Palace Technique ayúdanos a recordar cualquier información (hechos, conceptos, palabras extranjeras) y con un celo especial, incluso hacernos campeón de memorización. Esta técnica no es complicado y no requiere habilidades especiales, cada uno de nosotros puede encontrar un uso para él y, a continuación, recoger los frutos de sorprendentes manifestaciones de la memoria humana. Y en la conclusión de este artículo, he elegido unos ingleses Memory Idioms que es la expresiones equivalentes utilizados por nosotros en la vida cotidiana:

  • Haven’t a clue — no tenía la menor idea (de nada).

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

  • Slip one’s mind — vuela fuera de su cabeza; olvidar nada.

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

  • You “ can’t make head nor tail ” of smth — no puede entender algo.

    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 — perder su tren de pensamiento; olvidarse de lo que acababa de decir.

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

  • On the tip of one’s tongue — el lenguaje de vueltas.

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

  • Beats me! — No me puedo imaginar! Ni idea!

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

  • Rack one’s brain — la cabeza para romper.

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

 

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