Reading comprehension made difficult.

Mar 2015
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This reading is about high school learning development belief benefits, leading to higher education:
Hurrying students from one learning subject period to another learning subject period. Time limited periods of chalkboard copying fails to allow students to take the time to comprehend what they're reading. Due to many daily hurrying changing learning subject periods, continued mental fatigue making comprehending changing subject readings difficult to remember. Students do not need to remember prescribed reading materials until short periods before tests. Because students know test questions are choice reminder prompts A to F test question selection provided answers, students need only select correct answers using the vaguest of reading memories. To my knowledge answers often required are: dates; names; places names, simple single word idea choices.
During mid and end school year testing, though students are preparing for tests, even though reading materials were thought provoking, students often have many tests of many subjects happening at the same round about time. Prier to testing, normal classroom activities may be maintained leaving little time to be devoted to carefully comprehending study readings. Students attempting to comprehend study readings (unless they have super powers) will be experiencing increased memory punishing (attached mental stress traumas association with information readings) mental stress. Students' test unspoken requirements need only have students scanning reading material remembering names and dates.
Students entering advanced learning colleges and universities have student learners reading behaviour conditioned into quick scanning reading material looking for dates; names and place names.
My point being that many students whom have been reading without comprehending reading materials will find reading in order to comprehend complex studying difficult.
My assumption being that reading future professional career earning reading material can be loaded up with paragraphs of useless information, having very few worthwhile memorising features devoted towards actual worthwhile learning, educator text book providers spinning out meaningless learning subjects till the cows come home, that being that the cows never come home. Unsuspecting student learners having poor comprehending skills are unable to realise much of what's being read often fails to come to a worthwhile memorable conclusion.
In the end many supposedly highly educated graduates will end up in a specialised profession, using limited knowledge skills to perform employment tasks.
A GP doctor may learn the names of all human body parts and still be a terrible doctor.
An assumption that high school and or middle school prepares students for higher education could well be a myth.
If you ask what does the above reading have to do with psychology? The answer would be that learning behaviours, learning proficiency has very much to do with psychology.
 
Mar 2015
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Australia
The effects of mental stress on the hippocampous.

you can Google: stress cortisol hippocampous

a must read website... How Stress Affects the Hippocampous.
How Stress Affects the Hippocampus

read the first and seconds paragraphs for a meaningful reading without having to read detailed brain part components explanations further down the page: “Effects of Stress on the Hippocampus”. According to Goleamn (2006).
The last 3 paragraphs as a summery are also worth reading.
Last sentence states “stress that emerge at puberty support this suggestion.” Statement may not consider that formal education increases progressively mental stress traumas up to the last days at school. Unless the study provides teenagers under the study with no increased stress stimulations than the last statement must be wrong. Not to say the above statement information is wrong, that last sentence statement must be wrong.
 
Mar 2015
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Australia
Government certified education I believe is believed by many people to aid in teaching students how to learn. I state that calm curious aged 5 years children with correct experiences, already had an ability to comprehend what was going on around them. If children were allowed to continue on a path of learning using different experiences, by the time student first attended school to learn relevant knowledge for future lives education, many psychological degrading issues wouldn't exist. Being able to comprehend surroundings correctly without mental stress influences, allows experiences to have better performing results. As adults can't often know what's happening inside children minds, an idea to allow curious child learning to continue without government education, may prove that child learning may provide a good long term employment education.
I suggest that a low comprehension work force "clueless people" make excellent truck drivers. As society uses more truck drivers than many other professions, than I suggest a low comprehension education was designed to create many truck driver like work skills.
 
Mar 2015
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Australia
On speaking to an elderly person aged in his late 70s, the person spoke a long conversation on how rabbits have babies. The rabbit babies are stated to have grown from a very small size to a large size within a very short time. The conversation was all very amazing.
At the end of the one sided conversation I suggested that he shouldn't have the baby rabbit conversation with his young grandchildren. I suggested that young children need to hear conversations about items around them. That young children need to hear information from people like myself, who would talk about: electricity; fridges; how flat screen televisions work; computer maintenance, stuff they see all the time. By knowing stuff they see often they are reminded of complex moving working stuff. Memory prompting advanced brain thoughts and increasing language skills maybe experienced.
The man stated after my comments that one of his sons is seriously into religion. He realised by converting to his children about life's wonders, he may have prompted his son to choose the easy path of simple religious inspiration.

Recently a newly introduced television series guest personality used the word “beguiling”. Deceiving language can catch people out, getting people excited about false ideas.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_Galilei

The Galileo Galilei story is about how the Catholic Church repressed scientific knowledge. Even though Religious preached knowledge was disputed. If people didn’t agree with the church’s teachings, people could be accused of heresy.
Bible paragraphs often have beguiling sentences. I assume a lack of experience in communication comprehension using language in complex specific terms, leaves humans clueless. Because the elderly man mentioned above was describing simple nature, complex thinking comprehension therefore understanding complex language was least practised. Such people may leave themselves open to beguiling language similar to religious beguiling paragraphs. Motivational speakers were the main example mentioned by the newly introduced television series guest personality.

I pose that people in command of schools' educational reading materials are aware of the simple information learning that needs few complex language skilled comprehension experiences. Maths are Maths; geography; history; simple non-moving items; animal names, people names, dates are all simple non-complex language thinking items and ideas. Add a bit of mental stress self-medicating induced endorphins. Create beguiling catch phrases relating to some positive future vague assurances (like resurrection) and simple language skilled believers will follow anyone.

Books that contain few images to aid in describing complex information should be ignored as worthwhile reading materials. Reading materials should have complex, relevant ideas otherwise reading for the sake of reading without real meaningful comprehension, allows manipulating readings with vague ideas to induce unrealistic concepts to be believed.

To me this is one more reason why children are locked up in classrooms in order to control children's information learning.

Children need change to experience change, to coupe with change. Children need to experience progress in complex information so they may best figure out best methods to understand and think of comprehension of complex information. We live in an environment of complex machinery yet most people are clueless to how it all works. Understanding complex machinery educates advanced brains to think correctly. Such brains hearing and or reading beguiling sentences should realise beguiling sentences when being thought about.

I would also include media stories: crime; good verse evil; love; sex; fast moving action scenes; reading materials, are made overly simplified information.