12 Definitions Of Memories: The 12 Principles Of Memory

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12 Principles of Memory Memory is important to each of us but i personally think that it is especially important to students. From biology to history to chemistry and to other subjects, being able to remember all the information is just too tough and crazy for a student. I believe that all of the students are trying so hard to improve their memory in order to perform well in the academic study. 12 Principles of Memory discuss on ways to improve our memory and there are total twelve principles. The twelve principles are selectively, association, visualization, elaboration, concentration, recitation, intention, big and little pictures, feedback, organization, time on task and ongoing review. The first principle is selectively. Selectively is the process that identify, select and separate out the important information from the whole chapter. The information that is select out is the information that contain the main ideas, supporting ideas and details. For example, students can highlight the important event that occurred in the whole history chapter. When students use selectively principle, they can know what information is important to study for exam and take notes about it. The second principle that activate our memory is association. Association is the process of forming any kinds of cue to link two or more items or link chunks of information together to process it in our memory. We as a human tends to remember things easily by associating an object or event with one

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