California, As the aging process, the brain’s ability to keep the memory will continue to decline until finally senile. One indication is easy to forget the names of anyone who has ever known. There are 3 steps to train the memory of a person’s name.
Interactions with many people often make the memory of the person’s name easily removed or swapped. In daily easily found several people with the name or face almost the same, so the more difficult to remember his name correctly.
Expert aging as well as director of the Center on Aging at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Gary Small has a powerful way that the brain more easily remember the name of the person. Friday (12/10/2010), how it is divided into 3 steps namely the Look, Snap, and Connect.
Step 1: LOOK
Watch really (look) and focus the view on the face of someone who will remember his name.
Step 2: SNAP
Create a visual image (snapshot) of the name and face based on characteristics that stand out, such as ear rather wide, sharp nose, curly hair and so forth. It may also imagine the words or other objects associated with the person’s name such as cat (paint) to remember Mr. Katz, or a paper bill (bill) for Mr. Bill.
Step 3: CONNECT
The third step is to connect (connect) two previous steps, which makes the shadow that really relate to physical appearance or other things that characterizes people who will remember his name.
For example, to remember someone named Agustin with characteristic thin hair, remember-remember as Agustin whose head Somewhat Slightly Bald. Or remember Angela Shirnberger as a woman named Angela who is always shiny shoes (shirny) and like to eat hamburgers.
If you’ve managed to remember the name of the person, then that memory must be more often used for not quickly forget. Psychiatrists from the University of Wisconsin, Ken Robbins advised to use it as often as possible while conversing.
The more often pronounce the name of someone, the more attached to that name in memory. Therefore, try to mention the name in conversation and reduce the use of pronouns like you, you or him.
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