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[PODCAST] #436: Memory Conditioning – Conclusion – Retention and Retrieval

#MemoryCondition In this concluding episode I discuss ways to minimize interference for better memory retention, along with the importance of fostering a healthy memory consolidation process. Retrieval strategies build on the previous discussions about visual memory, mindful encoding and retention. Look Closer: Theories of Forgetting MEMORY CONSOLIDATION Sleep, dreams, and memory consolidation: The role of the stress hormone cortisol Memory and Sleep - The Basics Sleep-Dependent Learning and Memory Consolidation A list of reliable online memory assessments: University of Washington Short-Term Memory Test MemTrax Memory Test Psychology Today Memory Test Rutgers University Memory Self-Tests (verbal and Visual) Ohio State University Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination (SAGE) You can use this comprehensive assessment from Douglas Herrmann's book Super Memory. Bumper Music: REMINISCING - ...

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Memory Conditioning – More On Encoding and Visualization Techniques

A supplement to episode #435. Some "Alternate Record" encoding methods from Douglas Herrmann's Super Memory, dealing with elaboration (i.e. acrostics), reduction (i.e. abbreviations), transformations (i.e. synonyms) and technical schemes (i.e. loci). Also, a brief discussion of techniques for improving visualization. Pages 122-123 (discussed) https://litemind.com/improve-memory-speaking-minds-language/ https://litemind.com/how-to-develop-visualization-skill/ http://www.memory-improvement-tips.com/memory-association.html

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[PODCAST] #435: Memory Conditioning – Mindful Intake

#MemoryCondition A discussion of learning styles, learning dimensions and encoding strategies. Is the key to a better memory the ability to think visually? Thousands of years of memory training practices, from the Ancient Greeks to 21st century memory competitors, seem to suggest so. In this episode I aim to extract the principles of time-tested methods like loci and the memory palace, to create some more flexible, tech-friendly and efficient strategies. Look Closer: Joshua Foer: Feats of memory anyone can do School Sucks Podcast #233: Tools - The Brain Software (With Richard Grove and Paul Verge) School Sucks Podcast #206: Learning Styles and Strategies - Control and Flexibility Develop Perfect Memory With the Memory Palace Technique The Learning Dimensions: A list ...

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