You'll Never Forget Again!
As long as you...
Get to know your brain!
- Recognition: the ability to recognize using information stored in a memory
- Recall: reconstruction of material that had already been learned
- Relearning: the concept that if you learn something at a young age but do not rehearse the information again, it will be easier to re-learn when you are older
- Forgetting: when information that had been stored in long term memory can no longer be retrieved and used
- Decay: fading away of memories of a period of time
Practice makes perfect!
It is very important that you practice remembering your memories often!
Rehearse, Rehearse, Rehearse!
Always rehearse your memories, to make it harder for them to decay!
This is a great strategy to use to associate new information with old information, which makes it easier to retrieve!
Helpful tips for you to REMEMBER!
- Rehearse memories!
- Use repetition
- Mnemonic devices