Speed reading with the right brain / David Butler. [print]

By: Butler, David [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: [United States] : [CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform], [(c)2014Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781548063894; 1548063894Other title: Speed reading with the right brain : learn to read ideas instead of just words [Cover title]Subject(s): Speed reading | Reading comprehensionLOC classification: LB1050.54.S644 2014LB1050.54.B985.S644 2014COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction -- Getting started -- How can you read faster? -- Your new reading experience -- The basics -- Skills -- Ancient history -- Modern history -- Texting the brain -- Reading with the brain -- Mindset -- Comprehension -- Habits -- Visualizing -- Conceptualizing -- Reading speeds -- Comprehension speeds -- Techniques -- Mythical exercises -- Mythical stories -- Reading on your own.
Summary: Advice for becoming a faster reader incorporating the holistic right hemisphere of your brain without sacrificing reading comprehension.
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Non-fiction LB1050.54.B88 2014 (Browse shelf) Available 31923001719174

Advice for becoming a faster reader incorporating the holistic right hemisphere of your brain without sacrificing reading comprehension.

Introduction -- 1. Getting started -- 2. How can you read faster? -- 3. Your new reading experience -- 4. The basics -- 5. Skills -- 6. Ancient history -- 7. Modern history -- 8. Texting the brain -- 9. Reading with the brain -- 10. Mindset -- 11. Comprehension -- 12. Habits -- 13. Visualizing -- 14. Conceptualizing -- 15. Reading speeds -- 16. Comprehension speeds -- 17. Techniques -- 18. Mythical exercises -- 19. Mythical stories -- 20. Reading on your own.

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