L'approche Clever

La science au service de notre mémoire

1/5

C’est le nombre d'étudiants à qui ont été enseignées des méthodes d'apprentissage au cours de leur scolarité. Celles-ci ne sont pas toujours optimales.

Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2007

264

C’est le nombre d’études scientifiques qui ont été rigoureusement sélectionnées par CLEVER pour créer la première formation complète sur l’Art de la Mémoire.

Clever, 2020

93%

9 étudiants sur 10 disent connaître des améliorations considérables dans leur apprentissage suite à la mise en place de ces techniques. Ils gagnent en moyenne 2.5/20 points.

The American Psychological Society, 2014

La mémoire est une science

Les avancées des neurosciences nous permettent d’en apprendre de plus en plus sur le fonctionnement de notre cerveau. De la création d’un souvenir au processus de l’oubli, CLEVER vous aide à comprendre comment calquer vos méthodes d’apprentissage sur le fonctionnement de votre cerveau.

La mémoire doit être entraînée

Il n’y a pas de mauvaise mémoire, seulement des mémoires sous-entraînées. CLEVER vous aide à révéler les pouvoirs de votre mémoire en appliquant des méthodes adéquates, forgées pour votre cerveau.


200%

Les étudiants qui appliquent cette technique régulièrement font plus que doubler les capacités mémorielles. 30 minutes d’entraînement quotidiennes font des miracles.

Neuron, 2017

70 000

C’est le nombre de pensées que l'on a chaque jour, soit 48,6 pensées par minute. La plupart échappent à notre mémoire.

University of Southern California

La mémoire est sélective

Notre cerveau est constamment exposé à plus de 30 millions d’informations. Il peut seulement en traiter entre 20 à 30, qui doivent ensuite passer par la mémoire de travail pour espérer s’ancrer dans votre mémoire à long-terme. CLEVER vous forme à créer des souvenirs performants, qui resteront ancrés dans votre esprit.

La mémoire est un art ancestral

C'est en Grèce Antique, au VIème siècle av. JC, que l'on retrouve les premières traces écrites de l'Art de la Mémoire, sous la plume de Cicéron. Ces techniques sont ensuite utilisées par les plus grands esprits de notre monde : Platon, Cicéron, Spinoza, Leibniz, et bien d’autres.


154

C’est le nombre de dates qu’un athlète de la mémoire peut retenir en 5 minutes.

World Memory Statistics

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