Resources

  • Why the funny story? Because when it comes to learning and remembering what you have read or heard, sensory narratives are useful. When you read a story (or listen to one), parts of your brain activate and allow you to experience the story as if it was happening to you. When you read, "Anne kicked the ball," the part of your motor cortex associated with leg movements fires.

  • For the past 12 years there has been a quiet revolution going on. The revolution has to do with the immutability of your IQ: there is now significant reproducible evidence to suggest that you can improve it.