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  • Closing your eyes helps you remember things.

    閉上眼睛有助於回憶事情

  • An article written by Psychology Today titled Why Do You Close Your Eyes to Remember

    美國網站 Psychology Today 上有一篇文章「為什麼要閉上眼睛回憶」

  • does a very good job explaining why closing your eyes helps you remember things better.

    清楚解釋了為何閉上眼睛有助回憶

  • It says that closing your eyes prevents you from distractions that occupy your visual senses.

    這篇文章說,閉上眼睛讓你不受其他視覺干擾

  • It seems that your brain has a limited capacity when it comes to processing information related to specific senses.

    當大腦要處理特定感官資訊時,容量似乎有限

  • For example, you are only able to process so much visual information at once.

    舉例來說,你一次只能處理一定份量的視覺資訊

  • When you ask somebody to recall a visual object,

    當你要求某人回憶視覺上的物體,

  • chances are they're going to close their eyes or look up.

    他們很有可能閉上眼或者向上看

  • This helps minimalize visual distractions.

    這有助於減少視覺干擾

  • It also appears that depending on what we're trying to remember,

    而且根據我們想回憶的東西,

  • sound, sight, smell, taste, or touch,

    色、聲、香、味、觸

  • closing off distractions to those senses helps you remember better.

    關閉這些感官的干擾來源能幫助你回憶

  • We already used vision as an example.

    上面已經用視覺作為例子

  • For sound, the article also touches upon a study that

    聽覺方面,這篇文章也提到一則研究

  • shows that blocking out sound related distractions when trying to remember a sound

    當你嘗試回憶聲音時,擋住其他聲音干擾

  • helps improve a call.

    可以幫助你回想

  • At this point, this logic seems to make sense and perhaps truly applies to the other senses as well.

    這樣就有道理了

  • I also remember as a part of a memory lab that I volunteered for.

    而且這概念也適用於其他感官

  • My supervisor had me research a little about memory and sensory processing.

    我曾參與一個記憶實驗室

  • I forgot the name of the concept of the model.

    我的指導教授要我研究記憶和感官的進行過程

  • But it basically says that when you multitask you aren't actually multitasking.

    我忘記這模型概念的名稱

  • You are essentially dividing up your attention or resources to various tasks.

    基本上它說當你一心多用時,你並不是真的在同時處裡很多事

  • This also means that when you multitask,

    你只是把專注力分散到不同的任務上

  • your attention on each task aren't at their 100%.

    這代表當你一心多用時

  • It supports the idea that our brains has a limited capacity when it comes to dealing with various senses.

    你對於每件任務不是全神貫注

  • Another key point of the model was that

    這支持了一個論點:大腦處理不同感官時的能力有限

  • if you perform two tasks that require the same sensory input and output

    模型的另一個重點是

  • you're more likely to divide up the resources for those activities.

    如果你透過同個感官同時處理兩件事

  • You're also more likely to have difficulties performing two or more tasks that require the same sense.

    你會把精力分散到兩件事上

  • What are your thoughts on this article?

    而且使用同個感官處理兩件以上任務會比較困難

  • Do you have any strange stories regarding remembering things or multitasking?

    你對這影片有什麼想法?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

    你有關於記憶或多工處理的特殊經驗嗎?

  • If you liked this video, check out our other social media for more content.

    留言讓我們知道

  • And don't forget to subscribe!

    如果你喜歡這部影片,可以到我們的其他社群媒體觀看更多內容

  • Thanks for watching.

    別忘了訂閱!

Closing your eyes helps you remember things.

閉上眼睛有助於回憶事情

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閉上眼睛有助於回想事情嗎? (Does Closing Your Eyes Help You Remember Things Better?)

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