POWER OF CHESS

POWER OF CHESS

vikas28
vikas28
Aug 23, 2009, 7:08 AM |
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The brain is an example of "if you don't use it, you lose it,"
Scientists have found the neurological equivalent of an untoned body
could lead to a drastic dulling of cerebral powers.

Chess improves areas of your brain across the two hemispheres. Consider:

(1) Chess involves all levels of critical thinking, including:
a) Knowledge, b) Comprehension, c) Analysis, d) Evaluation.

(2) Chess requires forethought and cultivates visualization skills.

(3) Chess improves problem-solving skills.

(4) Chess encourages people to overcome the fear of risk taking.

(5) Chess teaches concentration and self-discipline.

(6) Chess enables people to assume responsibility for their decisions.

(7) Chess rewards determination and perseverance.

(8) Chess raises self-esteem and promotes good sportsmanship.

(9) Chess encourages socialization skills that extend across cultures and generations.

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