Improve your memory, as memory is your ultimate battlefield of intelligence.

Memory is a way that brains uses to retain what we need and who we love. We will have nothing if we lose our memory.

A lot of people are looking for the secret of getting smarter and a right brain development bible. Many parents are thinking about how to make their children smarter. In fact, memory is the ultimate battlefield of intelligence.

Sometimes, what we need to memorize is not limited to those important things, but also some trivial matters, such as the name of a certain person you encountered in a banquet, or the location of our favorite restaurant. We usually get stuck in an embarrassing situation and even a good mood can not be regained if we can not remember these details.

As a result, we develop and design idolBrain memory training to help you avoid similar situations.

The memory the vast majority of people often mention refers to memory recall, namely, the process that the brain recalls the original information such as the telephone number of grandmother's house. The trouble lies in that what we often recall is just part of images of the whole matter. In fact, what the problem lies in is not the recall itself but the information coding process, that is, the original step of turning information into memory. If the cognitive system can not provide accurate information for your brain memory storage, you will feel difficult to recall this part of memory or even impossible to recall specific information, just as computer terminology says “Invalid input, invalid output”.

Many brain cognitive processes can form long-term and effective memory only in the case of normal operation. Among all of these cognitive processes, working memory is the most important one. Working memory is a function which we need to use when processing new information. For example, when someone introduces you to a few strangers, your working memory temporarily stores the names, facial features and other appearance characteristic information of them, then matches the information with the corresponding person in your brain, and finally forms single particular impression towards each of them. Whether you can recall their names a month later depends on whether your working memory encode the above information successfully and effectively.