How to Meliorate your Cognitive Skills.


Does the child should only study hard? What about Study smart then? Let us see some tips and tricks to help him study smart and help improvise his cognitive skills.

We all wish we had a good memory and during the test, kids are always looking for tips on how to read smarter, improve cognitive capacities and become better at solving question papers. But the fact is, there is no such thing as being born with a good or bad memory. At the very least, a person may have untrained memory that needs training. For adolescents, this memory training may occur when they are introduced to specific ways to sharpen their memory. Also, they should be informed of the different types of memory and resources that can be used to improve the memory process. These resources can be discarded when the retention of certain tests becomes automatic. Some adolescents may even develop their own skills of remembering facts and ideas once they have mastered the basics.


Classification of Memory :

The three types of memory are sensory, functional or temporary and long-term memory. A brief look at each of them will help you to better process memory.

Sensor: Information begins to flow into your memory, where it is briefly recorded. The color of a passing car, an unusual tree, and a picture in a magazine – all of these will be quickly removed with new sensory information if nothing is done with this mental information.

Short-term working memory: If you focus on hiring certain information such as the color of the car, it may be part of your working or temporary memory. Here, it survives longer than the sensory memory as data is accessed and used from here.

Long-term memory: On the other hand, long-term memory is like a deposit box in a bank. If anything is there, it is firmly locked. You can use it whenever needed. Your child’s face is permanently stored in your memory.

The key is to try to take lessons learned from the sensory memory into the working memory or long-term memory, depending on the need.

What causes poor memory and what can be done to strengthen it?

Teens may have poor memory for a variety of reasons. Let’s examine some of them.

Disruption: Young people should eliminate distractions when given information that they need to remember. For example, when they update, make sure the television is turned off.

Lack of concentration or focus: It is unlikely that young people will remember a person if their focus is not on the person to whom they were first introduced. Likewise, if they dream of holidays during study periods, they will take longer to complete their studies.

Lack of motivation: If young people do not find the subject interesting, they will not be able to concentrate enough while reading or reviewing it. It is natural for them to forget a lesson that they view as boring or unpleasant. The parent assisting with the review should carefully pack the lesson and teach them how to make the reading enjoyable. This will make it easier for them to remember what they read.

Depression: Emotional or physical stress, or even the pressure of not learning certain subjects, will temporarily affect memory. In fact, a 30-minute break is recommended after the lessons. It is said to make the child ‘sleep’ in it and remember the lessons well. Therefore, teach your children to relax so that they do not forget anything they have learned.

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