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Kevin Trudeau's Mega Memory: How to Release Your Superpower Memory in 30 Minutes Or Less a Day

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A book by Kevin Trudeau

Do you think you have a "bad memory"? Impossible, says Kevin Trudeau, the world's foremost authority on memory improvement training. There are no bad memories, only untrained memories. In order to release our natural photographic memory, … see full wiki

Tags: Books, Nonfiction, Self Help, Memory, Memory Improvement, Mnemonics
Author: Kevin Trudeau
Genre: Health, Mind & Body
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
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Mega Memory

  • Apr 22, 2010
The book describes some popular techniques for developing
memory. There is a similar book "Superlearning" by Ostrander
which provides more scientific substantiation for the
various learning techniques.

Trudeau's work describes "Mental File Folders" which are
individualized slots for storing information. Everything
seems to be compartmentalized. For instance, a kitchen
list would have the subject visualize the location of
major appliances like the blender, toaster, refrigerator

Recall is divided into a number of stages. i.e.
think, emote, search, create and know .
Unlike most memory books, Trudeau does describe some
classic foods which interfere with cognition. i.e.
white flour, coffee and aspartame

The work associates lecithin with genius capability.
Again, I'd like to see some scientific literature
on the subject although the notion is interesting.

The work tackles the difficult area of remembering
names and faces through association and pegging.
Memorizing is made easier through pictorial
relationships of imagining and speaking words aloud.

The book is a good consolidation of some known techniques
and methodologies. I like the portion of the book covering
power nutrients and learning . Overall, the book is good.
I would like to see a better citation of the
existing learning theories, methodologies and references.

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