You don’t need a fast way to increase your reading speed by 25%. Or, don’t suppress subvocalization

Not long ago, I wrote a post about a fast hack that increased my reading speed by tracking the reading with a finger. I think that the logic behind using a tracking finger is to suppress subvocalization. I noticed that, at least in my case, suppressing subvocalization reduces the fun of reading. I actually enjoy hearing the inner voice that reads the book “with me”.

3 thoughts on “You don’t need a fast way to increase your reading speed by 25%. Or, don’t suppress subvocalization

  1. Boris, Your site (and Yanir’s site) are not responding in desktop. I tried using vpn, it’s not that. On my mobile device it works. Adam

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