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Use Both Sides of Your Brain
     

Use Both Sides of Your Brain

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by Tony Buzan
 

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Using the latest research on the workings of the human brain, Tony Buzan, one of the world's leading authorities on learning techniques, provides step-by-step exercises for discovering the powers of the right side of the brain and learning to use the left side more effectively. By increasing our understanding of how the mind works, he teaches us:

  • How

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Using the latest research on the workings of the human brain, Tony Buzan, one of the world's leading authorities on learning techniques, provides step-by-step exercises for discovering the powers of the right side of the brain and learning to use the left side more effectively. By increasing our understanding of how the mind works, he teaches us:

  • How to read faster and more effectively
  • How to study more efficiently and increase overall memory
  • How language and imagery can be used for recording, organizing, remembering, creative thinking and problem solving

This completely updated Third Edition of a classic work provides a proven way of using our brains to their fullest potential and to our best advantage.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780525482291
Publisher:
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date:
04/27/1983
Edition description:
REVISED
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 5.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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Use Both Sides of Your Brain 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the 2nd Buzan book I've read, and it's exceptional. Buzan tells readers what the educational system doesn't. He tells about the brain, eyes, and the nature of concentration. How they function and affect memory. About various motives for learning. How key words and key phrases focus memory. This book gives much information about reading. Tells many myths about reading. How reading fast doesn't decrease concentration or appreciation. That words don't need to read one at a time, and that average reading speed isn't the "Natural Speed". In other words it give information on Speed Reading. How most learning is about connecting words to images - images that are Large, Loud, Exceptional, Ridiculous, Humorous, Sexual, Obscene, Exceptional, about the Senses, or Brightly Coloured. The educational system limits reading to simply recognition and recall. To truly learn someone must recognize, assimilate, form internal links, analyse, select and reject, store knowledge, recall knowledge. Then be able to apply knowledge - through demonstration or description.