Saturday, August 11, 2007


Use imagery techniques to remember difficult names

Now you make a simple application of "imagery" technique to remember difficult names of place, person or anything. Be creative and go explore how you can utilize this technique to improve your memory retention. Read the following a article on imagery:
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See it, feel it, remember it

One type of mnemonic - or memory aid - relies on imagery rather than words.
A classic way of remembering a person's name is to try and imagine it (or something associated to it) on the person's face. This is easy if you meet John Bridge: just imagine a bridge on his face. For less obvious examples, you'll have to get more creative. Psychologists have found that the more bizarre and vivid the image the better it works.

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