MNEMONICS


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MNEMONICSMnemonics Neatly Eliminate Man's Only Nemesis - Insufficient Cerebral Storage
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And then I kinda sorta glossed over my mnemonic to separate them.
If many participants generate the same keywords, in all likelihood these words will be easier to recall and more effective when keyword mnemonics are used.
Indeed, students create and exchange mathematical mnemonics with one another quite naturally.
(20) Alternately, we might refer to this artificial language as a system of mnemonics, or as mnemonic media.
I learned it while in the Sixth Grade in 1942," Edee Watt commented when she saw the presidents' mnemonic.
Mnemonics can perform a valuable role in identifying treatment of transaction and provide limited usefulness with which specific journal should be used.
In the three sessions, participants in the training groups were instructed in mnemonic strategies that included identifying a prominent feature of the room that was close to the object; learning a short explanation that related the object to that feature; and creating a mental picture to tie the object and the feature together.
Cognitive Poetics and Cultural Memory: Russian Literary Mnemonics. By Mikhail Gronas.
Making adroit use of previous scholarship on medieval mnemonics and preaching, Rivers provides a close reading of relevant late medieval sources set within their contexts of historical production and religious usage.
Material mnemonics; everyday memory in prehistoric Europe.