People should regulate information studied aloud, conducting conversations with yourself, and cope better with remembering a new one, say experts from the University of Montreal. In total the study involved 44 volunteers from among students, writes The Daily Mail.
The subjects were shown various words on the screen, asked during the entire study to pronounce each word aloud or silently. In the first case, the result of remembering a series of words was much more productive.
Scientists explain the nature of the phenomenon. The more components involved in the memorization of information, the easier it is to digest. Note, in the second experiment, when students were asked to memorize not words but an incoherent design of the syllables, the result when the speech has not improved. This occurred because the brain was unable to associate information with verbal signs and images.