This is definitely one of the best single books that I have read on the subject and was immediately useful.
Personally, between the two books, I prefer Higbee's book because of his thorough examination of memory, its history, case studies, analogies, and anecdotes.
The author adopts a very no nonsense approach and I can heartily recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about how to improve their memory.
Brand new and arrived very quickly with the DJ in excellent condition. Thank you.Published 24 days ago by Charles Bartlett
This book provides the why and how to improve your memory. It was easy to read and not filled with the over the top promises you find in some self-help books.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book was of no help, other than re-informing me of basic learning, comprehension skills garnered through years of standard education. Read morePublished 1 month ago by david
This book is repetitive (the useful info could be boiled down to maybe 20 pages. It's not logical, not consistent, not well thought-through. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steven White
I read this book early when I first started undergraduate. It was interesting and I found lots of fun tricks to memorize things. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JaneC
Great book...it has a lot of information...I really love this book.Published 5 months ago by maliante007
This book is really, really easy to read and enjoyable - still, it took me a billion years. It goes through a plethora of memory techniques and is really well-written. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Niklas Pivic