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Use Your Memory Book by Tony Buzan (Farsi)
The potential of the human memory is phenomenal, and this updated edition explains techniques (including the author’s mind mapping system) for improving the memory not only for names, numbers, dates and lists, but also for speeches, articles, poetry, and even whole books. It has sections for card players, and for people learning new languages and for those studying exams, as well as a chapter on capturing dreams.
Anthony Peter “Tony” Buzan (2 June 1942 – 13 April 2019) was an English author and educational consultant. Buzan popularised the idea of mental literacy, radiant thinking, and a technique called mind mapping, inspired by techniques used by Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, and Joseph D. Novak’s “concept mapping” techniques. Buzan was born in Palmers Green, Enfield, Middlesex, and was an alumnus of Kitsilano Secondary School in Vancouver. His brother is the academic Barry Buzan. Buzan completed his undergraduate studies in psychology, English, mathematics and science at the University of British Columbia, and was a charter student at Simon Fraser University in 1965–66 where he spent a year as a graduate student and the inaugural president of the Simon Fraser Student Society. During his time at SFU, Buzan became very involved in Mensa, going on to become editor of the International Journal of Mensa.
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب حافظه ات را به کار بینداز اثر تونی بازان|