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He pays. He ain’t no average joe. The grill is just big enough for ten rows of three. I slap the burgers down throw two buckets of fries in the deep frier and they pop pop spit spit . . pss . . The counter girls laugh. I concentrate. It is the crucial point— they are ready for the cheese: my fingers shake as I tear off slices toss them on the burgers/fries done/dump/ refill buckets/burgers ready/flip into buns/ beat that melting cheese/wrap burgers in plastic/ into paper bags/fries done/dump/fill thirty bags/ bring them to the counter/wipe sweat on sleeve and smile at the counter girls.
When he entered an elevator, he would step back and, with a sweeping gesture, allow women to enter first. These well-practiced behavior patterns were still preserved. Mental Skills Many important skills are mental. An expert physician readily diagnoses a puzzling illness by drawing on years of practice that have taught her what to look for and what questions to ask. “Book learning” alone doesn’t cut it in a practical situation like this. Mental skills like hers are learned through experience just as motor skills are.
The big story in the graph is not the changes that take place with age; it is the dramatic differences in the capacities of people of the same age shown by the dashed lines. Take a close look at the memory of twenty-year-olds. I have used open circles to show a twenty-year-old at the ninetieth percentile and another at the tenth percentile. There is a huge difference between their memory capacities—more than a factor of two! Variations in memory this large are bound to matter, and they do. Differences in working memory capacity are related to performance in many situations in which intellectual effort is required.
How Memory Works--and How to Make It Work for You by Robert Madigan PhD