how to study chess actually remember what you learned

  • chessmastere4
  • | Jun 7, 2008

phycologists have known for more than a century that your brain keeps more information longer if it has an opertunity to prossess what you have learned between training seccions the advantage of spread out learning are large and releable two studdy seccions with time inbettween them can result in twice as much learning as a single studdy seccion of the same total lenth space training workes with students of all age and ability levels so you can use this for opening studdy and other types of chess learning


  • 7 years ago


    Good book.

    The Chess Psychologist: World Champion Tal.

  • 8 years ago


    Good job, plane129. Nice come back, whereiswaldo09. I see ya, redblack. Seriously chessmastere4, you wrote 5 sentences. Anything worth doing is worth doing right. Innocent

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  • 8 years ago


    Psychology is a very interesting field, and I actually did a semi-related study for a class once. I studied a go game for an hour, and tested my memory of the game ten hours later. For the first test in the experiment, I went from 8:00 in the morning to 6:00 in the evening, having a full day in between the initial study and the memory test. My second test I began at 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM, getting a whole night's sleep in between. I was able to remember more of the game after getting sleep than when I was constantly stimulated by consciousness. While the data set is small, it gives one something to think about :)

  • 8 years ago


    mispelled or not,its still helpful,so dont make a big deal of out it

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  • 8 years ago


    i know i did not have time to spell check it before i had to enter it
  • 8 years ago


    ok, but you should probably work on your spelling.
  • 8 years ago


    ok, thanks :)

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