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To remember something, draw it

https://bigthink.com/mind-brain/drawing-boosts-memory-research-finds

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To remember something, draw it
In the study, which was published in Experimental Aging and Research in the spring of 2017, researchers found that drawing was a more effective tool for retention than writing, re-writing, visualizations, and even looking at pictures. According to the study, led by cognitive neuroscientist Melissa E.

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Drawing to remember

Drawing to remember

Drawing something that you want to remember is more effective than using other memory techniques.

Since drawing involves consideration of a thing from so many different angles (visual,...

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