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  • The right way to learn math is breadth-first, not depth-first ...

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • For example, Octet directly supports depth-first and breadth-first traversals, cycle perception, and isomorphism detection.

    Modern chemistry in the CDK: beyond the two-atom bond

  • The right way to learn math is breadth-first, not depth-first ...

    learning maths

  • So, Paul Saffo, just before his talk said that he didn't really have it down until just a few days or hours before the talk, and that anxiety was really helpful in causing him to focus And that's what fear and anxiety does It causes you to be -- what's called depth-first processing -- to focus, not be distracted, and I couldn't force myself across that.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • And it turns out that when you're anxious you squirt neural transmitters in the brain, which focuses you makes you depth-first, And when you're happy -- what we call positive valence -- you squirt dopamine into the prefrontal lobes, which makes you a breadth-first problem solver you're more susceptible to interruption, you do out of the box thinking.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • And it turns out that when you're anxious you squirt neural transmitters in the brain, which focuses you makes you depth-first, And when you're happy -- what we call positive valence -- you squirt dopamine into the prefrontal lobes, which makes you a breadth-first problem solver you're more susceptible to interruption, you do out of the box thinking.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • So, Paul Saffo, just before his talk said that he didn't really have it down until just a few days or hours before the talk, and that anxiety was really helpful in causing him to focus And that's what fear and anxiety does It causes you to be -- what's called depth-first processing -- to focus, not be distracted, and I couldn't force myself across that.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • And it turns out that when you're anxious you squirt neural transmitters in the brain, which focuses you makes you depth-first, And when you're happy -- what we call positive valence -- you squirt dopamine into the prefrontal lobes, which makes you a breadth-first problem solver you're more susceptible to interruption, you do out of the box thinking.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • So, Paul Saffo, just before his talk said that he didn't really have it down until just a few days or hours before the talk, and that anxiety was really helpful in causing him to focus And that's what fear and anxiety does It causes you to be -- what's called depth-first processing -- to focus, not be distracted, and I couldn't force myself across that.

    Don Norman on 3 ways good design makes you happy

  • This happens because depth-first forces dependence on low-level decisions before experiencing the impact of high-level decisions, so it is easy to completely miss something, or do a bunch of stuff that is useless.

    Deeplinking

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