The way our memory works is a mystery. We write long essays, deliver speeches, even rocket to the moon. Yet the brain can only retain 5-9 items in short-term memory. Luckily, we’ve evolved a way around the limitation.
In this video enFact , we look at research that dates back to the 1950s that introduced an idea that helps with memory. That idea is called chunking. Trust us, it sounds worse than it actually is.
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