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Speed Reading Follow-Up
My recent lifehacker.com feature has created a lot of buzz over my article, Double Your Reading Rate. But I’m afraid I’ve stirred up a bit of confusion over the idea of subvocalization. Subvocalization is saying the words inside your head as you read them. This is a distinct process from actual comprehension and isn’t strictly necessary for reading. But unfortunately I think I misguided a few people because of the lack of breadth of the article about how to read without subvocalization and what it really is. First, you can only stop subvocalizing by doing practice reading. Trying to stop now is just going to result in blurred skimming of the material which really isn’t the point. Some of the people after hearing my suggestion tried to stop subvocalizing and missed the rest of the article. Focus on reading when you read, focus on improving speed reading when you practice — you can’t do both at the same time! The next point is that subvocalization simply means reading every word inside your head. Many people who already read at a high rate (>400 words) already lapse out of subvocalization without realizing it. Once you stop and realize to yourself, “whoops! I’m subvocalizing, better stop…” you’ve already lost your focus and the ability to speed read is gone. Reading is all about focus and internal distractions by trying to speed read instead of just reading will screw you up. You should only focus on speed reading during practice sessions where you attempt to practice new techniques and read faster than you can comprehend. How do you know when you stop subvocalizing. One person in the book Breakthrough Rapid Reading mentioned that she found the key to speed reading. She said to her instructor, “You just have to read only the important words.” The instructor replied, “But how do you know which words are important?” She had actually be interpreting the sentences but she had stop subvocalizing most of the words. Similarly when you use advanced techniques that involve reading several lines at once or reading words backwards, you may still “hear” the words inside your head as you understand the sentences but when you look at how fast you are actually reading it along with the mechanics of reading, true subvocalization is impossible.
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just another set of techniques for absorbing information more quickly. long books. but sometimes you need to read slower. 41 Responses to “Speed Reading Follow-Up” 1. It would be impossible to actually read every word in your head so the sounds you hear when reading are likely just your brain assembling the information. After learning this skill I use it where it serves me. 2007 at 8:14 am 2 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . sometimes it makes sense to subvocalize. a skill. Just as you wouldn’t accelerate to 100 mph to go buy groceries around the corner. Affiliate relationships are always marked by bolded links. If I am reading something like an e-book. by affiliate arrangements (usually Amazon). Subvocalization means hearing every… single… word… sounded out. << Previous Post Next Post >> This website is supported. even subtitles on a movie screen! I’ve found that this is impractical.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ If you continue to hear the words you are reading inside your head. Speed reading is a useful skill. 2007 at 10:06 pm Actually I would argue that speed reading isn’t just for books – I have been in meetings with people who can snap read memo’s & reports in seconds and give you the spelling correction – when a person’s time is short every second help. This will make it a habit.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. Subvocalization can be useful. Better reading comes from having a brake and a gas pedal not just one or the other. Short website articles I frequently slow down on because I don’t have the time to get fully engaged and burn through it. that is likely an illusion once you get up to 700-800 words per minute. you may decide certain mediums of writing just aren’t worth using your speed reading habits on. After the habit is installed. I talk about speed reading where it applies most. 2. but this requires a little more dexterity than your hand. The book Breakthrough Rapid Reading promotes using your finger to read everything. If you are having trouble comprehending. Peter says: March 24. don’t worry about it. I believe it is important when you start out speed reading to always use some form of a pointer. Considering I have some very astute and skilled readers here you probably already lapse in and out of subvocalization without realizing it. but that is all it is. Just like it isn’t always wise to read fast. slowing down so you start subvocalizing again can eliminate distractions and refocus your mind on the material. It isn’t a new paradigm of reading. certain reading tasks don’t get much benefit from speed reading. in part. Invest the time to practice the skill and you can receive the benefits. My article focused on how to read faster. Scott says: March 23. A Side Note on Pointers I mentioned that it is important to use a pointer to reduce eye movements and focus your reading. sometimes I will use my mouse cursor to focus my eyes.scotthyoung.
2007 at 8:55 am Peter. He defines it: “Subvocalization is saying the words inside your head as you read them. you can set a speed for the reader to scroll pages smoothly. 3. Ian Blanton says: March 29..” I’ve done this almost my entire life and didn’t know there was a word for it. your eye has a ‘reach’(?) of about 1. 2007 at 7:13 pm I’m not sure. 4. but I find that everything that I read has a “rhythm” that I find as I read. I rather prefer reading it at something close to speech speeds…whatever they are. 2007 at 7:54 pm [. as the follow-up article says: Subvocalization can be useful. but sometimes you need to read slower. sometimes it makes sense to subvocalize. and though (as this article points out) subvocalizing is the number one thing that slows down your reading. 6. Generally moving your finger should not be the limiting step that slows down your time.5cm from the left and stop 1. but I think on Adobe Acrobat. This means you can start approximately 1. This will win you a lot of time when you are reading long texts. If you are reading. I miss one important trick which really helps me a lot while speed reading. 2007 at 11:19 pm I wanted to underline your comments about not trying to maintain too-high speed. there are times when subvocalization is best..scotthyoung.] In talking about speed reading. W. I had never even realized that people actually vocalized/subvocalized until my early thirties. I imagine you could set it to scroll at just the right speed that you could use the bottom of the screen/page as a pointer or edge to reference. most text with dialogue. If you work on finding that pace that feels the most comfortable for you it’ll get faster.] 5. Better reading comes from having a brake and a gas pedal not just one or the other..] But not everything ought to be read at breakneck speed. If you’re doing practice reading you should be able to move your finger across the lines of page much faster than you can read it..5cm from the right. don’t move it from the first to the last symbol in the line. when I started trying to figure out how I learned to read at the speeds I read at.5cm around the point you are focussing on. Young mentions a word I hadn’t come across: Subvocalization. Just like it isn’t always wise to read fast.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ Although I really like your two posts on speed reading. If you can’t usually that’s because you haven’t practiced enough or you should try moving up to more advanced pointer techniques. 2007 at 6:57 am [. [. I tested out at a 1600wpm reading speed back in 8th grade (decades ago).Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. Just read the bottom linbe as the page scrolls up. Hearing Words in Your Head says: March 30. When you use your pointer. My article focused on how to read faster. Scott Young says: March 24. Scott H. If you are having trouble comprehending.. 7. (I apparently taught myself as a child). Hearing words in my head is a natural habit and I never thought about 3 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . Kata Iwannhn » Slow Reading says: March 24. Bill Perry says: March 29.. For example. But do what you can to maximize your effectiveness. slowing down so you start subvocalizing again can eliminate distractions and refocus your mind on the material.
When you do this it is impossible to subvocalize because you simply can’t interpret the words that fast. you would’t even know I’m not talking about reading! Haha… my comments are too long. But recently.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ whether others do it. pausing. If I go “slow”. The two halves of importance. just read more! You’ll get faster. Hope you guys don’t mind speed reading it! 4 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . if I rush it.. i cut off my working hours just to read books (for the coming three months) and the amount of books i resolved to read sounded too many for the time i have and with my reading speed. Over time your ability to understand will match your speed. Negative thoughts hinder my productivity! It’s the same as drawing for me. I champion efficiency through understanding the first time. I lose morale and feel like an idiot for having to read it so many times. says: May 20. I wind up forgetting critical details and having to try again several times before I get anywhere close. i knew my speed was not that great but it never bothered me. (didnt even know the term until now. If you take the two sentences in the previous paragraph with the word “drawing” in it. 2007 at 12:26 am How interesting! I was never aware that i subvocalize. i subvocalize! great to find something that will help me read more in the time i have! 11. If you want to read faster.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. think about it. even if reading it three times is still faster. that has to be possible. Scott Young says: April 23. 2007 at 2:53 pm you didn’t actually give a solid technique on how practice reading helps you rely less on subvocalization to still see and understand all the words at a faster rate then you had befor you performed the practice reading. Why not have a way to train people to see and understand in exactly the same way you hear and understand. maybe seen but not understood as part of the language. 2007 at 2:31 am I think reading is a skill that must be practiced just like any other skill. On the other hand.scotthyoung. 9.) i thought the way i read was. Eric says: May 26. rather than reading it quickly once. I’m like most people in that when you miss words when trying to keep up and subvocalize. [.. 10. speed and comprehension. And yes. the way everybody else reads. and then going through it two or three more times. That is when i started to do something about it. M. k says: April 22. “Speed reading” sounds kind of silly to me. both come as you read more. the word or words are missed. and process information to put down the right lines on the first pass. naturally.] 8. without having to sacrifice your understanding of the material. Heck. 2007 at 7:29 am Practice reading involves reading faster than you can actually read. awesome! I wind up with a pretty decent drawing.
Interesting links.” From http://en. This may be explained with reference to speed reading practices training out the ability to judge comprehension (Allyn & Bacon. not the only solution. I’ll look over them when I have time. The book I referenced in the original section had exercises that emphasized comprehension to use in conjunction with speed reading. ***Over time your ability to understand will match your speed. 2007 at 5:23 pm Scott H. and it helps the mind to access meanings to enable it to comprehend and remember what is read.” Much more important than being able to **read** faster is being able to **comprehend** faster. Comprehend faster. Good points. 2007 at 9:53 pm Do you think you could summarize of the exercises that your book recommends for improving comprehension? 5 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . The skimming group was found to be better at extracting the details out of a text than speed readers.org/wiki/Subvocalization “[Subvocalization] is a natural process when reading and helps to reduce cognitive load. John says: July 5.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. 2007 at 5:37 am Eric. I don’t see how simply being exposed to information at a higher rate would allow one to learn faster comprehension.org/wiki/Speed_reading “One interesting outcome from research into speed reading is that speed readers tend to poorly assess their own comprehension level when compared to normal readers who are simply instructed to skim a text (Allyn & Bacon. Thanks for your insights. 1987). I certainly could be misjudging my own comprehension rate. Young writes: >Practice reading involves reading faster than you can actually read.wikipedia. John says: July 4. 1987) and leading the reader to adopt misconceptions about reading (Harris and Sipay 1990). When you do this it is impossible to subvocalize because you simply can’t interpret the words that fast. 14. 13. Scott Young says: May 26.wikipedia. Thanks for the comments. 2007 at 11:34 pm John. Speed reading is just another method to use when reading. I’m far from an objective standpoint. -Scott 15.*** Do you have any scientific research to back up that last claim? From http://en.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ 12.scotthyoung. Scott Young says: July 4. That’s part of it too.
just go to scholar. Compare the number of insights you had for each book. in my experience.google. If I could summarize the only important parts of speed reading it would be: 1) Using a finger to track your place. (The challenge is to apply the research to create a system that’s easy to apply. I’m working on creating my own improved reading method based on research in this area. write it down. Rinse and repeat. In any case. Obtain the books a second time. difficulty. But in addition to helping you discover an effective method of reading. Here’s a paper called “Assessing Students’ Metacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategies” that I’ve found to be helpful. write down everything you remember about each book. Scott Young says: July 6. you could try reading aloud. By the way. there is another way: read a lot of cognitive psychology papers.scotthyoung. No empirical study but when I don’t use a finger I find it much harder to focus 6 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . Some info: It’s going to be a website. 1. but I have yet to find any papers by cognitive psychologists that promote speed reading. A big problem I see with personal development websites is that it’s very easy to read lists of tips for this or that without actually changing your behavior. 6. Read the second book without worrying how long it takes you. I’ll notify you when I’ve got something online that you can criticize. 16. 2007 at 7:57 am John. Hypothesize whether the difference was caused by reading speed. Skim the books and see what you missed in each. The theoretical method has one advantage over the empirical one: it makes you a better reader.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ I thought of a way you could empirically determine your speed reading comprehension. it teaches you to apply empirical thinking. In four to six months. Read the first book using your current speed reading method. I recommend you skip down to the appendices. write it down. speed reading hasn’t been one practice. Find two books that are approximately equal in terms of length. it’s going to be a hell of a lot simpler. 5. The problem is that. If you want.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. and interest.ilt. interest. I admit – this method would take a lot of work.edu/papers/MokhtariK2002AssessAwareReadingStrategy.) I haven’t gone too far. 4. I can’t try this out for myself. 3. not a blog. thanks a lot for creating and maintaining this website. length. Although I am not a regular reader. difficulty. you will probably be subvocalizing at least 50% of the words.columbia. or some other factor. You’ve also inspired me to create my own personal development website. Whenever you have a insight. and it’s going to be structure in a way that the information is as easy to apply as possible. I’ve learned a lot. or subvocalizing every word. I’ll speed read this. 2. http://pd. since scientific papers are usually written using fairly dense language. Also. so you might want to try it out.pdf If you want to find more papers.com and do keyword searches. which I’m currently working on. Whenever you have an insight. There aren’t books that I say. You seem like a highly motivated individual. Currently. Since I haven’t taught myself to speed read.
Scott Young says: July 6. 2) Practicing reading faster. How about the rest of the time that I’m reading? If I go back to my normal methods of reading (subvocalizing) when I’m not practice reading. am I be counter productive? 21.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ on the print. -Scott 17. The problem is that sometimes the cursor is toothin to give you a good guidance. emerson cargnin says: October 29. 18.scotthyoung. It wouldn’t be much fun. To read from screen. because you’re not trying to figure out whether speed reading works for humans in general – you’re trying to figure out whether it works for *you*. 2007 at 6:12 am You good suggestion that I’ve read to enable stop sub-vocalisation. 2007 at 5:22 am My biggest problem in speed reading is that I get distracted by my own thoughts 20. 2007 at 7:56 pm I have always known that I’m a slow reader. I really thought everyone else read the same. True enough. obviously it would appear a bit weird if people at my work would see me with my hands ont he screen all the time. I should probably tell you that I’ve never done this sort of experiment myself. I didn’t really “take in” much of anything that I read. I still think that it might be beneficial to take observations of yourself speed reading normally versus reading while focusing on comprehension. And having yourself as the only participant makes sense. I have no empirical evidence to whether this works or not. charles fatoma says: 7 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . This way. I’d be interested in trying an experiment like this. Kristina says: October 13. John says: July 6. It’s a subjective experiment. is to repeat a word from the text you are reading. You recommend practice reading about 10 minutes a day. 2007 at 6:14 pm It’s not an objective experiment. but didn’t realize that subvocalizing is why. Bob Ong says: October 2.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. 2007 at 8:12 pm John. and I suspect designing an objective experiment with myself as the only participant would be error-ridden. -Scott 19. of course. based mainly on qualitative observations. you wouldn’t be able to continue to read aloud (in your head) as you go through. I just tried your practice reading technique. 22. and that I was slow because my my wanders off when I read. I use the cursor instead of the hands or other pointer.
I found not only could I still read. 27. Many times they just listen to a voice in their head. I really need some help to read faster. Online University Reviews : 100 Resources to Help You Read Better and Faster says: April 26.. 2009 at 5:05 am Dear Sir. Scott Young says: February 12. requiring only 70 seconds per question and the exam runnung to an average of 350 questions over 8 hours with an hour of break . Quieting the voice takes all kinds of practice.] 25.] Scott Young Blog – A follow-up article on speed reading. 2009 at 10:11 pm [.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ February 12. Blake says: January 23. but it’s worth it in the end. you might be able to find some weak links that typically slow you down. Neil Hobgood says: January 1. this is due to the frustration of being a slow rader. 26. As soon as I began consciously repeating a single word in my head while reading. 2009 at 8:13 am Charles. until I read Emerson’s comment.. I’d suggest getting the book to see if will help with your reading comprehension.. -Scott 24. because there isn’t much useful advise I can summarize in a comment.. I have failed the USMLE once. charles. [. Its hard for me to read more than 30 pages per day.. even with the best concerted effort during 7 or 8 hours. 23. Your personal advice will be highly valued. If you examine how you read. I am a medical Dr faced witha mountain of information needed to pass my USMLE exams.scotthyoung. 2009 at 3:47 pm Lots of people don’t actually say the words as they subvocalize. i study everyday but have very little to show for. RW says: July 26. 2010 at 7:37 am I had been struggling with moving past subvocalization.The questions are long . 2010 at 1:04 pm Thanks very much for sharing this interesting post. Thanks.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. Best. I am just starting up my own blog and this has given me inspiration to what I can achieve. but I was reading much faster! 8 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM . The problem is that i am a real slow reader.
scotthyoung. 31. also considering that english is a second language for me for i’m from India (Asia).. Reading without subvocalizing can only really come once you’re doing about 300 words per minute normally. HIMANSHU says: September 4..but merely a skill that you can apply when reading particular texts. Scott Young says: September 3. It dont make sense to take couple mins to read a newspaper when you can read it in a few seconds and still get a general idea of what is been read.i have been trying it since before doing google but so far have been unsuccesful in getting comprehension through it.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ I’ve found it is very difficult to silence the voice in my head. -Scott 33. you’re saying I just need to force my self to read faster. 2010 at 1:29 pm So Scott. himanshu gaggar says: September 2. rossccini says: March 1. a LOT faster and eventually. best regards Himanshu Gaggar 32.. I’ll stop ‘subvocalizing’? Fair enough. I’ll give it a try. 29. I’d focus on just reading before practicing fancy speed reading tactics. If your English isn’t strong enough to do that.] Shared Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young. with practice. [. 2010 at 5:27 pm [. Imran says: August 22. Kindly elaborate more on the skills that you think would be helpful for me. 2010 at 8:22 am Himanshu. 2010 at 4:37 pm Not to add-on so late in this blog but i just feel the need to support you on the notion that speed reading is not an everytime thing. For example you wouldnt speed read a legaly contract or document of such but u would probably speed read a novel or articles in the newspaper etc.] 30.Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www.. Shared Links for July 22ndAdam Stahr | Adam Stahr says: July 22.. 2010 at 10:26 pm dear scott. i googled for reading without subvocalizing and found your blog (at the top)……. please suggest me how can i achieve “reading without sub-vocalising” stage. but very easy to get it out of the way using this tip! 28. 2010 at 10:41 am 9 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM .
2010 at 11:39 am Himanshu. HIMANSHU says: September 8. 38. Edit: I’ve done a follow-up to explain subvocalization more as I think this post may have confused people a little.SINDA says: June 1. Yes. I also read your introduction to holistic learning….” Cool story.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ Scott Thank You for a prompt response…. they are locked in at a rate of about 400-500 words. I’d say even with subvocalizing you could probably get around 400-500 words per minute. 2011 at 12:16 am [. xD “Practice reading involves reading faster than you can actually read. Meredith says: May 7.is it possible to apply it to finance and accountancy profession’s studies. Double Your Reading Rate .] 10 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM .] Since most people currently can’t separate the subvocalization from comprehension. Meredith says: May 7. Moving beyond that rate requires that you practice reading faster than you can actually read. Scott Young says: September 5. Check it out here: Speed Reading Follow-Up [.. It’s more of an advanced form of skimming that you can use to really read much faster. Over time your ability to understand will match your speed.is 300 wpm possible with sub-vocalising.. 2011 at 5:36 am Thanks for clarifying exactly what subvocalization is. -Scott 35. so I can definitely say yes. residual subvocalization? That explains a lot.. 2010 at 11:08 am Scott THANKS A LOT Himanshu 36. When you do this it is impossible to subvocalize because you simply can’t interpret the words that fast.. 2011 at 5:35 am “It would be impossible to actually read every word in your head so the sounds you hear when reading are likely just your brain assembling the information.scotthyoung.” LOL So this is what.. I’ve personally used it for both those courses..Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. 37. Regards Himanshu 34. As for holistic learning.
] 41. Personal attacks. 2012 at 12:40 am Thanks for offering this wonderful blog and very. insults and all-purpose nastiness will be removed especially if it is directed at other readers.] Since most people currently can’t separate the subvocalization from comprehension. Pretend that this comment form is a discussion taking place in my house. like most others am struggling with subvocalization. Keep up the good work. Read Faster Productivity Article « mrswaggedout says: July 31. Moving beyond that rate requires that you practice reading faster than you can actually read. I still got to figure out how to get rid of the subvocalizing however. as far as speed goes. Dan Bezak says: January 20.scotthyoung. But it is like you wrote that as soon you realize that you do not subvocalize you are just reading and comprehending the more important parts or the text you are reading. I’ve always had an interest in learning to read faster and comprehend better. Check it out here: Speed Reading Follow-Up [. flaming is not. I.. Thank. 2012 at 12:34 pm [. That means I enjoy constructive criticism and polite suggestions. Dan 40. 2013 at 11:29 am Scott. Eddie Debate is fine.com/blog/2007/03/22/speed-reading-follow-up/ 39. very useful information. Eddie says: March 6.. I truly understand how this can slow you down and I am just getting started. I got here after reading the first part and I have to say that this separate explanation makes it easier to understand.. Edit: I’ve done a follow-up to explain subvocalization more as I think this post may have confused people a little. Regards.. It’s a shame we were all tought how to read and most never made it past the grade school level. I too am having trouble doing away with the subvocalization. Leave a Reply Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website 11 of 16 3/26/2013 7:02 PM .Speed Reading Follow-Up « Scott H Young http://www. they are locked in at a rate of about 400-500 words.
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