To be or, or … um … line!

Categories: Ramblings

The Association for Psychological Science did an interesting study on how actors remember their lines. Apparently it’s not be memorization but by feeling their characters intention so that the line comes naturally. It has interesting implications to regular people studying …

For example, students who studied material by imagining conveying its meaning to somebody else who needed the information showed higher retention than those who tried to memorize the material by rote.

I wonder if any of this is in the Mind Hacks O’Reilly book. I’ve been curious about it for quite some time but never quite gotten around to having too much of a look …

Had a nice-ish day yesterday starting with breakfast at coffee bean where I finished the book I’ve been reading, “The Cobweb” (Neal Stephenson, J. Frederick George) Along the lines of regular cultural differences, here in SG they dropped the “The” from the title.

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