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Memory Palace Master

Over 70 Puzzles to Hone Your Powers of Observation and Recall

Gareth Moore Helena M. Gellersen



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Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
05 January 2022
We all know that visualising, writing down or repeating something all helps to store things in our minds, but why? Written by Helena Gellersen, part of University of Cambridge's renowned Memory Laboratory, and bestselling puzzle master Dr Gareth Moore, this is a complete course in memory training.

The way we remember things is determined by the different parts of our brain we are engaging, and this helpful book covers verbal, visual and long-term memory puzzles to help you improve your memory store. Culminating in the powerful Memory Palace technique, a millennia-old technique still used today by mental athletes, this collection of tried-and-tested exercises will help to boost your brain power and master the power of recall in no time at all.

Including the latest neuroscience and with an easy-to-follow puzzles, this is the only book you need to discover the secrets to a super-sharp memory, once and for all.
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Imprint:   Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm,  Spine: 15mm
Weight:   250g
ISBN:   9781789293722
ISBN 10:   1789293723
Pages:   192
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Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dr Gareth Moore (B.Sc (Hons) M.Phil Ph.D) is the internationally bestselling author of a wide range of brain-training and puzzle books for both children and adults, including Anti-stress Puzzles, Ultimate Dot to Dot, Brain Games for Clever Kids, Lateral Logic, Extreme Mazes and The Ordinance Survey Puzzle Book. His books have sold over a million copies in the UK alone and have been published in 29 different languages. Helena Gellersen is doctoral candidate in psychology at the Memory Laboratory for the University of Cambridge. Her background is in cognitive psychology and neuroscience and she is involved in scientific behavioural research on learning and memory, focusing on individual differences in memory abilities, with a particular emphasis on healthy ageing and early signs of cognitive decline. She has had a number of papers published and in her spare time she volunteers for a student-run think tank on global health.

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