How to Remember Everything
By Richard Wiseman
Super-power your memory thanks to proven strategies and methods by bestselling psychologist Richard Wiseman in this fascinating, accessible and necessary little book.
'Richard Wiseman is arguably the most interesting experimental psychologist working today' Scientific American
Try to remember these letters: R A I O L T A L G. Struggling? Let's rearrange them and try again: A L L I G A T O R.
Having a great memory is easy when you know how your mind works. Packed with powerful tricks of the memory trade and the science behind them, psychologist and bestselling writer Professor Richard Wiseman helps you to remember names and faces, birthdays and meetings, telephone numbers and shopping lists, exam answers and pub trivia, and where you left your keys (they are on the small table behind your sofa).
Impress your friends, sharpen your mind and change your life with this unforgettable little gem of a book.
Prof Richard Wiseman is based at the University of Hertfordshire, and has gained an international reputation for research into unusual areas of psychology, including deception, humour, luck and the paranormal.
A passionate advocate for science, Prof Wiseman frequently appears on the media, gives talks and performances, and has written The Luck Factor - a best selling book exploring the lives and minds of lucky people and Quirkology which explores the curious science of everyday life, including the psychology of lying, love and laughter.
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17 May 2018
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