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Chunking and Memory

Also, chunking improves our creativity because we need to create a meaningful connection among groups.
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Zettelkasten, May 24, 2020 (changes)

Notes

  • Chunking is a memorization method in which you group pieces of information in groups.

  • This technique helps you memorize better because our short-term memory cannot retain a lot of information at the same time.

    • When we group, we can retain the groups instead of each piece of information.
  • Also, chunking improves our creativity because we need to create a meaningful connection among groups.

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