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A Mind for Numbers पुस्तक की लेखक Barbara Oakley है! Barbara Oakley एक इंजीनियरिंग कॉलेज में प्रोफेसर थी! ये जान कर कोई भी सोचेगा की उनकी मैथ और साइंस में बहुत तेज रही होंगी ! लेकिन हकीकत तो यह है की वो मिडिल स्कूल और हाई स्कूल में कई बार फेल हुयी थी!

अपनी पढाई को पूरी करने के बाद उन्होंने US Army को Join किया ! वहां पर वे हमेशा इंजिनियर को बड़े – बड़े प्रॉब्लम को सोल्व करते देखकर यह सोचती थी की वो भी इन्हें सोल्व कर पाती तो कितना अच्छा होता !

वे सोच के शक्ति को नही रोक सकी और धीरे – धीरे उनका इंटरेस्ट कैलकुलस और थेओरेम्स में आ गया ! और वे 26 साल के उम्र में अपने सोच को बदल कर, धीरे – धीरे वे Physics और Math के सारे Probelms को सीखती और समझती गयी !

यह पुस्तक आपको हमेशा यह बताती है की आप जब भी कुछ नया या पुराना सीखने की कोशिश करते है तो आपकी सफलता और उससे आने वाला रिजल्ट हमेशा आपके पास्ट से जुड़ा होता है !

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Book NameA Mind for Numbers
AuthorBarbara Oakley
Size 3 MB

“This book is for high school students who love art and English classes but loathe
math. It is meant as well for college students who already excel in math, science,
engineering, and business, but who suspect there are mental tools to be added
to their learning toolkits. It’s for parents whose children are either falling off
the math track or trying to rocket toward math and science stardom.

It’s for the frazzled nine-to-five worker who hasn’t been able to pass an important certification
test, and for the night-shift convenience store clerk who has dreamed of becoming
a nurse—or even a doctor. It’s for the growing army of homeschoolers.

It’s for
teachers and professors—not only in math, science, engineering, and technology,
but also in fields such as education, psychology, and business. It’s for the retiree
who finally has the time to embrace new knowledge in computing, for example or
the intricacies of great cooking. And it’s for readers of all ages who love to learn a
little about everything.
In short, this book is for you. Enjoy!” ~ Barbara Oakley, Ph.D.

“One way to think of the diffuse mode is as a base station when you are mountain climbing.
Base stations are essential resting spots in the long journey to difficult mountaintops. You use
them to pause, reflect, check your gear, and make sure you’ve got the right route picked out.
But you would never confuse resting at a base station with the hard work of getting to the top
of the mountain. In other words, just using your diffuse mode doesn’t mean you
can lollygag around and expect to get anywhere. As the days and weeks pass, it’s the
distributed practice—the back and forth between focused-mode attention and diffuse-mode
relaxation—that does the trick.”

“Working memory is the part of memory that has to do with what you are
immediately and consciously processing in your mind. It used to be thought that our
working memory could hold around seven items, or ‘chunks’ but it’s now widely believed that
the working memory holds only about four chunks of information… You can think of working
memory as the mental equivalent of a juggler. The four items stay in the air—or in working
memory—because you keep adding a little energy…

In contrast, long-term memory might be thought of as a storage warehouse. Once
items are in there, they generally stay put. The warehouse is large, with room for billions of
items, and it can be easy for stored parcels to get buried so deeply that it’s difficult to retrieve
them. Research has shown that when your brain first puts an item of information in long-term
memory, you need to revisit it a few times to increase the chances you’ll later be able to find it
when you need it.”

“We procrastinate about things that make us feel uncomfortable. Medical imaging
studies have shown that mathphobes, for example, appear to avoid math because even just
thinking about it seems to hurt. The pain centers of their brains light up when they contemplate
working on math.
But there’s something important to note. It was the anticipation that was painful. When the
mathphobes actually did math, the pain disappeared. Procrastination expert Rita Emmett
explains: ‘The dread of doing a task uses up more time and energy than doing the task itself.’
Avoiding something painful seems sensible. But sadly, the long-term effects of habitual
avoidance can be nasty… Procrastination is a single, monumentally important
‘keystone’ bad habit. A habit, in other words, that influences many important areas of your
life. Change it, and a myriad of other positive changes will gradually begin to unfold.”

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