Cognitive maps and working memory with emphasis on memory mental mapping techniques.
Welcome to the Memory Techniques workshop of May 2023!
- If you have any difficulty to study,
- If you owe enough lessons,
- If you have difficulty remembering what you are reading,
- If you are worried about how you will do with the exams,
Come to the Small Group Interactive Laboratory of Mnemonic Techniques
who organizes it: The Career Office
Date: Friday 26 May 2023
time: 13: 00-15: 00
The purpose of the interactive micro-group laboratory is to present the cognitive maps regarding the memory techniques of mental mapping. At a theoretical level, techniques of empirical documentation of working memory with cognitive maps will be discussed, in which the mental paths of interconnection of the environmental inputs of the lessons regarding our internal representations of them are recorded. Mental mapping techniques use sensory recorders to test cached memory by repetition, coding decisions, and retrieval strategies focusing on spatial relationships and spatial characteristics. On a practical level we will worked on exercises for recording environmental inputs and their mapping with emphasis on the individual study of the courses. We will also create knowledge maps in some chapters with bulky material.
Bibliographic reference: Rousos, P., L. (2011). Knowledge maps. In Cognitive Psychology, the basic cognitive processes (pp. 195-200). Athens: Place.
Topic speaker in the laboratory: Drossinou-Korea Maria, Phd in Psychology, Assistant Professor of Special Education and Training, external collaborator responsible for the specialized counseling support for students with disabilities and the disabled at the Career Office of the Agricultural University of Athens
“Under the framework of Implementation of the Action: “Support for Interventions of Social Welfare Services about Students of the Agricultural University of Athens”, (MIS) 5045556 within the Operational Program, entitled: “Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning”, co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF)”.