Scientific Validity

Without knowledge of how information becomes 'fixed', remains brain the brain, it is impossible to create an efficient memorization system. A description of memory mechanisms is provided in the GMS®. Two mechanisms of connection fixation by the brain are singled out, namely "electric memory" and "reflex memory".

An understanding of the mechanics of written and oral information is described and a simple scheme of reproductive imaging provided.

Visual (figurative) thinking is believed to be a foundation of human mental process. Actual speech is seen as a means of communication with a goal of "output" of information from one brain and passing it to the "input" of another brain. Use of speech thinking (inner voice) is not recommended because automatic speech constructions often contain false interlinks that lead to erroneous conclusions. Speech thinking is slow and actually impedes memorization.

In addition, the GMS® system introduces the concept of "precise" or "sign" information, which is not yet distinguished in academic psychology.

Finally, we will cover the brain reaction to different types of information: why some data can be remembered automatically and other data seems to balk at being memorized.