Monday, August 10, 2009


Best Blogger Tips

Having photographic memory is being able to access information from memory instantaneously. The person with photographic memory can recall any information from any book or page he has read or seen.
Each page can viewed on the screen of his mind as if it were a snapshot. Though most people do not have photographic memory, there is evidence that anyone of any age can develop it with proper training. presenting information slowly and repetitively to a child exercises the left brain, while flashing information quickly stimulates the right brain.
By age six the left brain is dominant but before age six there is a window of opportunity where the right brain is dominant. Presenting large amounts of information at a fast pace to infants, toddlers and preschoolers stimulates the right brain and can activate photographic memory.

No comments:

Post a Comment


  © Blog Designed by Enairrah Image by ZZVE Powered by Blogger

Back to TOP