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5 Memory Project

Spaced Practice #1
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Spaced Practice #1

The spacing effect is the phenomenon whereby learning is greater when studying is spread out over time, as opposed to studying the same amount of content in a single session. Spaced practice is a good way to memorize things. I tried this method on my Spanish class, and it worked. I memorized all the terms that I had to, and studied every day one section of the chapter. At the end, I got an A on my test.

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Chunking strategy #2
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Chunking strategy #2

Chunking strategy - learner groups content into small manageable units making the information easier to process. I chose this strategy because it is easier to memorize in my opinion. When you do an organization of items into familiar or manageable units, you make it easier to remember. I used this strategy on my US history class, I separated all the dates and terms that looked familiar and learned them faster and in a more efficient way.

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Retrieval #3
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Retrieval #3

Retrieval practice is an evidence-based strategy that dramatically improves learning. Locating stored information and returning it to conscious thought. I chose it because I think it is interesting to have already a information in your mind and just return it to a conscious thought. I used it when I was playing piano. Sometimes I forget some achords and I use this method to memorize and remember what was already on my mind.

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State Dependent Learning #4
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State Dependent Learning #4

The way we feel emotionally and the things in our systems, drugs, medications and general health all influence in the way we memorize things. When I am studying for a important test, like Math or English I have to make sure that I am not anxious or nervous because if I am, that is going to affect my results on that test. Of course I will be a little anxious about it, but I have to control myself in order to obtain a better grade.

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Elaborative Rehearsal #5
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Elaborative Rehearsal #5

Elaborative rehearsal is a memory technique that involves thinking about the meaning of the term to be remembered, as opposed to simply repeating the word to yourself over and over. I use this technique a lot. On my chemistry class I have to remember terms like: Homogeneous and Heterogeneous. For me, to remember what they mean, I have to do a connection with what homo and hetero means, and then apply that on my Chemistry class.

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