This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: life. I know, every individual learns in a different way because everyone is his or her own unique person with different interests. What may interest me may not be very impacting on another person. As a result, they won’t form as strong of a memory, if one at that entire particular event. Memory can go however far you want it to go, unless you have a disability interfering with the process. The knowledge you are capable of learning has no limit as long as you are willing to pay tentative attention. A person’s memory capacity always has room to grow. There are many things you can take part in to improve your memory. For example, one may try eating a healthier diet, getting a better nights rest, exercise daily, both your brain and body, organization, repeat information every few days, group information together, use association, learn from past events, and having confidence are just a few of many ways to better your memory capacity...
View Full Document
- Fall '10
- Psychology, Alexis Levine, Alexis Levine EDUC