Welcome! Have you found that memory 'exercises' really work?

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  1. lorlie6 profile image79
    lorlie6posted 7 years ago

    Welcome!  Have you found that memory 'exercises' really work?

  2. SeniorMemoryMan profile image59
    SeniorMemoryManposted 7 years ago

    Yes.  The recall of memories depends on two things:  1) The number of "circuits" that lead to them and the efficiency of their organization in the brain.  Memory exercises can help with both.  In addition, you can focus memory exercises on areas that you specifically want to strengthen.  You can find more information about these topics at http://www.seniormemorysource.com.  Thanks for asking!

  3. capncrunch profile image71
    capncrunchposted 7 years ago

    I get your point............ and I will remember.

  4. stefancando profile image67
    stefancandoposted 7 years ago

    I believe that memory can be improved by constantly relying on it. We have to put it to the test and try to use fewer memory aids (notes, lists etc).

    Another great way to remember more is to occasionally review the information.

    I was also interested in memory exercises for help wih my college studies. The only method of remembering that has worked for me was the "link" method, in which you imagine the objects on a list as images linked together. (bottle, knife, butter would be pictured as a bottle, a knive in the bottle, butter on the knife etc.).

    The problem with such methods is that they are very hard to apply to academic learning, where the associations are much more complex and the terminology much more abstract. Personally I learn best by focusing on the material at hand and trying to read it critically, followed by occasional quick reviews. For simple things like a shopping list, they may actually be useful.

  5. Green Lotus profile image60
    Green Lotusposted 7 years ago

    Funny coincidence...I'm just about to publish a Hub about this smile


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