13 Day, Supermemo Ultramarathon – Be a Predator, not prey
I’ll take one ore two days, and after that I’ll make my mind regarding what is the next step on my preparation for the test coming up.
I’ve been reading certain articles about how it is important to forget in order to improve memorization, but that incomplete, what is not incomplete is this article about hunches.
Reminder for today: Be the predator, not prey
In the Army study of I.E.D. detection, researchers found that troops who were good at spotting bombs in simulations tended to think of themselves as predators, not prey. That frame of mind by itself may work to reduce anxiety, experts say
#Title: In Battle, Hunches Prove to Be Valuable Assets.
#Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/28/health/research/28brain.html?th=&emc=th&pagewanted=print [Accessed:2009-07-28]
#Element: 102670: In Battle, Hunches Prove to Be Valuable Assets.