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1 Principle of Success Plan Assignment 2: The First Three Principles Katarina Williams Professor Bailey PSY115- Psychology of Success May 23, 02018
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2 Principle of Success Plan Principle 1: To learn you must focus on the work itself and not what is going on around you . Selective attention is when your consciousness can only focus on a certain thing at a time. For example, when you're driving and your phone beeps, you must turn down the radio to answer it. Therefore, you turn the radio down, then answer your phone, then your eyes back on the road. (Meyers,2016). Selective attention relates to when you're in a car. When we're learning we tend to focus on the essential and relevant information and try to drown out everyone else. Principle 2: The spacing effect states the fact that education is improved when you take the same quality of work, and you spread it out over stages. Instead of trying to study all the information at the same time. If you only have a certain amount
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