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Fotolectura - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

La fotolectura es un sistema de lectura con toda la mente que utiliza ambos hemisferios cerebrales permitiendo altas velocidades de lectura. Se basa en la capacidad del hemisferio derecho de fotografiar mentalmente las páginas de un libro.

Fue creado por Paul Scheele como un método de lectura de avanzada alternativo al difundido método de la Lectura Rápida que se basa en un rápido movimiento de los ojos. La fotolectura utiliza la parte inconsciente de la mente además de la consciente.

El método se divide en 5 partes principales:

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Como Estudiar - Thomas F Staton - Editorial Trillas

Como Estudiar - Thomas F Staton - Editorial Trillas | Métodos de estudio | Scoop.it
[Download] Descarga Cómo estudiar, Staton. Siempre dicen: "Ponte a estudiar", buena idea, pero: ¿Cómo hacerlo?
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Aprendizaje acelerado: un método para facilitar el aprendizaje | Colectivo Cultural Palabra

Aprendizaje acelerado: un método para facilitar el aprendizaje | Colectivo Cultural Palabra | Métodos de estudio | Scoop.it
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Técnicas de desarrollo de la Creatividad: Mapas Mentales - ineveryCREA

Técnicas de desarrollo de la Creatividad: Mapas Mentales - ineveryCREA | Métodos de estudio | Scoop.it
 El Mapa Mental es una técnica desarrollada por el psicólogo británico Tony Buzan a mediados de los años 90. Con ella accedemos a los espacios mentales de una forma más creativa.
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Consejos que da Cambridge para mejorar la concentración

La prestigiosa universidad inglesa ofrece, en su sitio web, recomendaciones para que sus alumnos no se distraigan demasiado. Van desde caminatas-recreo hasta el "rescate" de temas aburridos.
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Neuro-linguistic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, USA in the 1970s. As the title suggests, the researchers claim that there is a connection between the neurological processes ("neuro"), language ("linguistic"), and behavioural patterns learned through experience ("programming") that proponents speculate can be changed to achieve specific goals in life.[1][2]

While there are many who are fascinated by the research and believe in it's effectiveness[3][4], there is scientific evidence suggesting NLP to be a largely discredited pseudoscience, with numerous factual errors,[5][6] and that it fails to produce the results asserted by proponents.[7][8] According to Clinical Psychologist Grant Devilly in 2005,[9] NLP has had a consequent decline in prevalence since the 1970s. Criticisms go beyond the lack of empirical evidence for effectiveness, saying NLP exhibits pseudoscientific characteristics,[9] title,[10] concepts and terminology as well.[11][12] NLP serves as an example of pseudoscience for facilitating the teaching of scientific literacy at the professional and university level.[13][14][15] NLP also appears on lists of discredited interventions[7] that are peer reviewed and are considered expert-consensus based. In research designed to identify the "quack factor" in modern mental health practice, Norcross et al. (2006) [12] lists NLP as possibly or probably discredited for treatment of behavioural problems. Norcross et al. (2010)[16] lists NLP in the top ten most discredited interventions, and Glasner-Edwards and Rawson (2010) lists NLP as "certainly discredited."[17]

Bandler and Grinder claimed that NLP addresses problems such as phobias, depression, habit disorder, psychosomatic illnesses, and learning disorders, but reviews of empirical research show that NLP has failed to produce reliable results for its core tenets[citation needed]. The originators' stated aim was "finding ways to help people have better, fuller and richer lives."[18] In a seminar, Bandler & Grinder claimed that a single session of NLP combined with hypnosis could eliminate certain eyesight problems such as myopia and cure the common cold [19] Bandler and Grinder believed that, by combining NLP with hypnotic regression, one not only cured a problem, but became amnesic for the fact that it even existed at all. Thus, after a session of "therapy," a smoker denied smoking before, even when family and friends insisted otherwise, becoming unable to account for such evidence as nicotine stains. – Grinder, John.; Richard Bandler; Connirae Andreas (ed.) (1981). [20] They claimed that if the effective patterns of behavior of exceptional people could be modeled (for example of famous surgeons), they could be easily acquired by anyone. NLP has been adopted by some hypnotherapists and in seminars marketed to business and government.[5][21]

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El Aprendizaje Acelerado de Georgi Lozanov - Awareness's blog

El Aprendizaje Acelerado de Georgi Lozanov - Awareness's blog | Métodos de estudio | Scoop.it
El futuro es el lugar en donde pasaremos el resto de nuestras vidas, vale la pena pensar en él.
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Esta metodología pretende ayudar a eliminar el miedo, la auto­censura, las valoraciones pobres sobre uno mismo y las sugestiones negativas respecto a la limitada capacidad que poseemos. Pretenden desatar los nudos con los que nos atamos y liberar la personalidad. El aprendizaje da la posibilidad de utilizar lo que ya tenemos dentro de nuestro cuerpo y nuestra mente, nos enseña a crecer y al crecer vivir plenamente ya que el crecimiento es vida. El superaprendizaje depende del coeficiente potencial del individuo, no de su coeficiente intelectual.

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