Mind Mapping according to the University of Minnesota
"Mind mapping is a tool peculiarly suited to the ways we process information and know our world. To appreciate the potential for these tools, consider the extent to which we are predisposed to be visual learners: Between 80 and 90 percent of information that we receive from our environment is visual. Our brains can process 36,000 images every hour. Our memory for visual images is extraordinary. In one study, subjects were shown up to 10,000 pictures. Later they were shown some of these images again, mixed in with pictures they hadn't seen. Subjects were able to identify previously seen pictures with over 90 percent accuracy. Mind mapping utilizes both our capacity to absorb and retain visual information and our natural ability to create patterns."
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