Curry and Rice


"1 丸暗記でなく理解して勉強を進めること
2 最初の記憶から1カ月以内に復習しないと必要ない知識と判断されて忘れてしまう

計4回の復習 期間は全部で約2カ月になる

3 1日6時間以上寝ること
4 基礎から応用へというステップで勉強すること
5 一つの科目を集中して勉強してから次の科目へうつること

Ⅰ 好奇心を持って勉強すると脳にθ波が生じ記憶力がアップする
Ⅱ 喜怒哀楽といった感情を絡めながら勉強すると扁桃体が刺激され記憶力がアップする
Ⅲ 空腹や寒さは脳に危機感を感じさせ記憶力がアップする
Ⅳストレスはマイナス要因 ストレスは記憶を阻害する

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Celebrating 175 Years of Photography in All Its Forms

To view more photos and videos from the Impossible Project InstaMeet, browse the #ImpossibleProjectMeet and #ImpossibleColour hashtags and follow @tomskipp, @impossible_hq and @thephotographersgallery on Instagram.

On August 19, 175 years ago, Frenchman Louis Daguerre announced he had created the first permanent photographic process.

The same year, British inventor Sir Henry Fox Talbot unveiled a series of photographs made using the calotype process years earlier, famously capturing the first photographic negative of the latticed window at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, England. The daguerreotype and calotype processes went on to create the type of photos we take today.

This weekend, a group of Instagrammers celebrated the anniversary by exploring the overlap between old and new forms of photography in a daylong workshop at The Photographers’ Gallery (@thephotographersgallery) in London. Armed with vintage instant film cameras and Impossible Project (@impossible_hq) film, the group took photos with both smartphone and analog film on a photowalk around Soho before decamping to experiment with techniques in printing their Instagram photos using instant film.

“People enjoy seeing an image being created right in front of their eyes, so there’s a natural synergy between Instagram and instant film,” says InstaMeet organiser Tom Skipp (@tomskipp). “It was great to be able to share these moments with people that are so passionate. Seeing and sharing an image developing is a beautiful thing, like the original Instagram!”

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