Distinctiveness - Deepstash


Highlighting or underlining random texts and remembering them is a form of distinction. Making information stand out, one more eye-catching than the other making it more valuable for the memory. For example:

  • The information and persuasiveness of a book determines it's value.

The word 'book' is bold while 'information' and 'persuasiveness' is underlined. To stand out than the other words.


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