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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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Memory Experiments in Psychology

Recently, I’ve read about a memory experiment in psychology. At first I though there would be nothing new. What can they prove that I still haven’t heard of? But to be honest, I’ve changed my mind after I’ve read an article about that memory experiment in psychology.

Numbers are of great importance. We must use them literally every day. Telephone numbers, bills, money in general… Those are all things that have numbers involved. So basically, those numbers must be remembered somehow. That is the base of that memory experiment – numbers.

One psychologist took a group of kids that were just starting their school. They could remember only five numbers after they heard them. That means that they could repeat just five numbers immediately after that psychologist would tell them.

Then they started practicing. As they were practicing every day, children could remember more numbers. Psychologist was extremely happy because his memory experiment was providing him proof for his statement that practicing can and will increase memory capacity.

Unfortunately for him and, as a matter of fact, for all of us, there were some other observations that changed the direction of his memory experiment. He noticed two facts that changed his point of view.

As they were practicing, children were able to memorize more numbers, but unfortunately, that was limited only to numbers. To make it simple; by practicing with numbers, we can learn only numbers when, in fact, we would like to improve our overall memory.

And second; when kids went to their summer vacation and after they came back, they completed a test. That test discovered that kids had their memory restored to capacity they had before their experiment and before their practicing.

The conclusion is that practicing works very well and that it can increase our memory but only as long as we are practicing. So basically, it can be useful and at the same time totally worthless. It’s up to you to choose whether you want to practice or not.

 

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The psychology of color

Studies have shown that the colors you decide to wear in an interview can actually make a difference. In the competitive world we live in you need to ensure that you take every advantage you possibly can.

Different colors evoke different emotions and it is imperative when you’re interviewing that you evoke the right emotions from the interviewer.

Examples:

Blue: Words that describe the color blue include: trust, loyalty, wisdom, peaceful. These are exactly the type of feelings you want to be portraying in your interview. Blue is a calming color (think ocean and sky) and sends out a signal to the interviewer that you are indeed honest and sincere. Studies have shown that wearing the color blue to an interview will increase your chances of getting hired more than any other color.

Red: In contrast to the color blue, the color red stirs emotions more than any other color. Red is a strong color, very emotional, an extreme color that in an interview scenario can work against you. Unlike blue which has a calming effect, the color red is a fiery color (the color of love and passion), and can be an intimidating color for the interviewer.

Orange: Similar to red. A color that stirs emotion and therefore a color I would avoid wearing in a job interview. Although orange is not seen to be as an aggressive as the color red, it is still perceived as a color that can evoke feelings of power and aggression.

Grey: My second favourite color to wear after blue. Grey gives the look of sophistication and authority. In a corporate environment the color grey is professional and portrays an individual as being confident without being intimidating.

Purple: The color of “Royalty”. The color symbolizes power, aristocracy, lavishness, and extravagance.

Black: Be careful when wearing just black to an interview.  The color black is seen as a power color and can be viewed as threatening. Wearing black outfits can portray an individual as being powerful or even arrogant. Black is also associated with negative implications such as death, sin, and fear.

Just remember that first impressions count a lot when you go to interview. Know your audience and dress accordingly.

Good Luck!

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The Psychology of Clothing

Have you ever noticed that when you put on your favorite clothing, your whole mood changes? Perhaps you feel a little more confident in a pair of high heels. Maybe you feel more professional in a tailored suit. Sometimes you just feel downright sexy when you put on that perfectly cut pair of pants. No matter which of these responses, the fact is that your clothing really can have a psychological effect on you. In fact, your clothing can have a similar affect on those around you, too.

When you are trying to get ahead in business or in life, you are often encouraged to “dress the part.” This simply means that you wear the clothing that projects the image of who you want to be. In return, you start to feel like that person, and then to act like that person. Other people see you in a particular way because of the clothing that you wear and the way that you carry yourself as a result of those clothes. There truly is a psychological effect.

“I once over heard a sharp dressed gentleman tell another person, you dress your body how you dress your mind.” – Jay Arrington

Some people have an exceptional idea of how to use clothing to their best advantage and want to share this talent with others. Creating original clothing designs is one of the best ways to do so. Tools like fashion designing software and starting a clothing line books to help these creative types share their vision and even see their own designs come to life. Whether it’s your goal to create an entire line of clothing to sell or you just want to better visualize your own ideas, this is a really helpful tool to do so.

One of the things you can learn through practice and study is how colors can affect mood. Of course, the color of a garment is only one way to create a psychological effect. The cut of the clothing is also important. So, too, are the influences that show through in the designs you wear. Whether you’re sporting a fun, retro look or clothing that is so fashion-forward that it has never been seen before, you are able to say something about yourself through what you put on your body.

The styles we wear not only tell others who we are, but they also make us feel good. Fun and flirty, serious and somber, or somewhere in between, the clothing we wear has a profound effect on how we see ourselves and how others view us, too. Clothing actually plays a part in the jobs we get, the relationships we have, and even our own self esteem. Those who are able to create their own clothing designs have an even better opportunity to influence these factors by showing their own true style.

Lance Smith Public Relations, Researcher and fashion writer for Harper-Arrington Publishing. Check out StartingaClothingLine.com and Digital Fashion Pro. Here is a quick tip: Learn how to use a fashion designing software if you are interested in fashion designing. A fashion designer who doesn’t know how to use a fashion designing software is like a chef who doesn’t know how to use a microwave.