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For somebody who’s born blind, that whole area is used for completely different things—touch, hearing, memorizing vocabulary words, and so on.
In ancient Rome, slaves were trained to memorize the names of voters who might be persuaded to vote for their master, so that he could find and greet them personally.
Schools tend to focus on covering lots of topics and memorizing countless facts.
The brain wants to spend as little energy as possible so if it’s something already known, it’s easier to identify and memorize.
London taxi drivers are required to memorize “the Knowledge” – the complex routes, roads and landmarks of their city.
The reader should memorize it so that it may be used without referring to the book.
I am often asked how to memorize, for instance—or the best means for doing this; another psychological process.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
The ability to memorize ideas expressed in notes grows with use, just as any other aptitude grows with continued effort.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
You remember the stories you memorize and the card tricks you study and that little piece on the piano—how does it go?
Well, it cost me a good deal of trouble to memorize them; still, I'd be glad to let them go cheap and be rid of them.

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