Can Noting Practice Speed My Brain Up?

Maikel, modified 6 Years ago at 11/10/15 11:29 PM
Created 6 Years ago at 11/10/15 11:28 PM

Can Noting Practice Speed My Brain Up?

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Hi guys.

I want to speed up my ability to process sensory information. Noting practice seems like a potential way of doing this. I thought I'd ask you guys, do you think this will work? Can noting be used for this purpose?

Cheers.
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Richard Zen, modified 6 Years ago at 11/11/15 12:36 AM
Created 6 Years ago at 11/11/15 12:36 AM

RE: Can Noting Practice Speed My Brain Up?

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No it just stops you from ruminating. You may want to try Self-Guided verbalization (Pamela Butler) to keep a positive attitude while learning "I can do this. Failure is okay; I'll prepare and do better next time." Basically growth minded attitudes instead of fixed-trait attitudes. Her work was inspired by Lev Vygotsky. 

The best book on the subject of improved learning I found was:

Improving Academic Achievement: Impact of Psychological Factors on Education by Joshua Aronson
Darrell, modified 6 Years ago at 11/19/15 4:02 PM
Created 6 Years ago at 11/19/15 4:02 PM

RE: Can Noting Practice Speed My Brain Up?

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When it comes to the practice, I've found that slowing my mind/brain down is what's needed, not speeding it up.

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